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#516 - yomamacouch
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#301 - xxxansweredxxx
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Explain Red: The color of blood after it leaves the human body.   
   
Difference between left and right: Right is the opposite direction of left. Both directions are opposite each other.   
   
Taste of Water: Water has no taste, if you taste something, it's not the water, it's what's in the water.   
   
A color that "Doesn't Exist": The visible light spectrum contains all of the colors we are aware of of. However that spectrum is incredibly small. Other colors exist within other spectrums of light.
Explain Red: The color of blood after it leaves the human body.

Difference between left and right: Right is the opposite direction of left. Both directions are opposite each other.

Taste of Water: Water has no taste, if you taste something, it's not the water, it's what's in the water.

A color that "Doesn't Exist": The visible light spectrum contains all of the colors we are aware of of. However that spectrum is incredibly small. Other colors exist within other spectrums of light.
#321 to #301 - triggathepirate
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#364 to #301 - wacemindu
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Telling us things that are red does not explain it dumb ass.    
   
   
That's like trying to describe a car by saying Toyota or Jeep.    
   
Imagine you're trying to describe red to a person who has no perception of anything red because they're blind.    
   
   
   
Saying water has no taste you're tasting what's in the water is intrinsically flawed. Taste is the chemical reactions between your taste receptors and the chemicals of what ever is on them I.E. H2O is a chemical and by definition must have a taste.
Telling us things that are red does not explain it dumb ass.


That's like trying to describe a car by saying Toyota or Jeep.

Imagine you're trying to describe red to a person who has no perception of anything red because they're blind.



Saying water has no taste you're tasting what's in the water is intrinsically flawed. Taste is the chemical reactions between your taste receptors and the chemicals of what ever is on them I.E. H2O is a chemical and by definition must have a taste.
#541 to #364 - xxxansweredxxx
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Wow, I'm surprised you found time to say all that in between your fap sessions.
#308 to #301 - wheres
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Your red could be my blue.
#310 to #308 - xxxansweredxxx
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I think blood is blue inside the human body. It turns red when it's introduced to Oxygen. And there is no oxygen in our blood vessels.
#369 to #310 - Benmc
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Dude... You just went full retard. Never go full retard.
#227 - malacyman
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You can't taste water. Only the impurities in it, like the minerals and other chemicals. some animals can taste water, but humans can't.
#583 - rjgnal ONLINE
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good thing i have other **** on my mind
good thing i have other **** on my mind
#636 to #583 - dustyshane
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Holy ****, I can't remember when I first saw this.
#573 - laxxy
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#285 - thepalmtoptiger
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Explaining the difference between left and right.
<--left
-->right
left is the opposite of right and right is the opposite of left.

Explaining a color: give an example

Thinking up a color "that doesn't exist": literally any lightwave outside of our visible spectrum.

What does water taste like? nothing, you taste the impurities in the water (like calcium, fluoride, and chlorine.)
#324 to #285 - anon
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Delicious impurities...
#383 to #285 - anon
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Water tastes like Dihydrogenmonoxide, but it is so usual for us to consume it, that the tongue doesn't register the taste, so it becomes the "default" taste. Like the smell of air.
#296 to #285 - muzikmafia
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Pretty sure water only tastes like nothing because you've never tasted a vacuum.
#318 to #296 - AquariusCyclone
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Since when your tongue lacks water, it tastes like sand, can we say that that sandy taste is the opposite taste of water, and is technically the taste of a vacuum?
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#293 to #285 - roliga
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People are only thumbing you down because you're right
#284 - masterofzepens
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#170 to #166 - snakefire
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because of surface tension partially
#173 to #170 - theugandanhero
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Please explain?
Sorry I'm not too good at chemistry, YET.
#176 to #173 - kiboz
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Because its moleculs attraction forces aren't as strong as in hard bodies and aren't as weak as in gases. Basically. Sorry for potential grammar mistakes or something like that.
#177 to #176 - theugandanhero
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That's fine, I could give a **** less about grammar.
But thanks for the explanation!
#189 to #177 - kiboz
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np
#171 to #166 - theugandanhero
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Because it's a liquid, you tard.
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#190 to #178 - Crusader
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Don't act ignorant and he won't either.
#198 to #190 - theugandanhero
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That's what I'm trying to say.
#193 to #178 - theugandanhero
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Don't ******* reply to me if you're going to be a jackass about it.
I only told you the truth, and if you're offended at the term 'tard', then get the **** off of this website. Asshole.
#584 - spiritarcher
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Imagine this:

If everyone saw colors differently. Like what you saw was red, would be someone else's blue.


You were taught to recognize the shades you see as those certain colors, so we all acknowledge these shades as "red" or "blue", even though we might see them differently.

And nobody would ever be able to find out, because you can't just "see" what someone else does.
#588 to #584 - beamersmack **User deleted account**
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Actually there are tests for that.
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#589 to #584 - amuro
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LOL it's called Color blindness
#592 to #589 - spiritarcher
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Color-blindness is easy to identify, because the certain shades are less obvious for color blind people.

I'm talking about PERCEIVING these colors differently, because what you see as a green, I might see as your blue, but we both acknowledge it as a green because that is what we are taught to put name to that shade.

Basically, take two colors. Green and Blue. You see a green and blue, whereas I see a blue from what YOU perceive as green, though this doesn't matter, as we are taught that this one shade is BLUE, what we see before us is BLUE.
#601 to #592 - godtherapist
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That's not possible. Colours are not determined by an individual they are predefined by their wavelengths. Our eyes merely change the photonic energy into a chemical electrical signal that is interpreted by the brain.

Everyone sees colours similarly because the rods and cones the make up the eyes are the same in every human and the signals are transferred the same way and the brain interprets it the same.
#602 to #601 - spiritarcher
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Well, way to ruin the fun.

Good explanation though.
#596 to #592 - amuro
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Take a thumb, mate; good explanation. Have great holidays! :D
#598 to #596 - spiritarcher
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You too.

I'm going to need those thumbs.
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#590 to #587 - spiritarcher
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Did that just blow your mind?
#609 to #584 - sandniggatron
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This is the exact thing I contemplate when I'm trying to sleep.
This is the exact thing I contemplate when I'm trying to sleep.
#615 to #609 - spiritarcher
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YW for keeping you awake all night. :D
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#642 to #634 - spiritarcher
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Wouldn't really work.

You both see what you interpret as red.
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#666 to #656 - spiritarcher
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Oh, took it in wrong context. Sorry.
#581 - bluelight
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#557 - AvatarAirBender
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My physic's teacher once told us this,

He said to think about how you can't describe color to someone, now think, how will you know if someone is seeing the same shade you are. For example, We all know what red is, right? But have we just grown up and learned that, that color to your eyes is red. My "red" could be your "brown" (shade wise) but we both call it red. So, if I was to put your eyes in my head, I bet it would either be super trippy because things are all different shades, or it will all be the same. I don't think we will ever be able to know for sure.

Does that make sense? I think its easier to talk about it not to type it.
#560 to #557 - crummish [OP]
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Interesting thought.
Interesting thought.
#561 to #557 - rplix
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In that case, Picasso paintings would look so much different.
#565 to #561 - rplix
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Well... really any painting.

But think about it. How could the Mona Lisa be any other color? It just wouldn't work. Or any other portrait painting. We must all see the same colors because if you are painting a white guy, the painting will be of a white guy, not blue or some odd color since blue people dont exist...well, almost.
#591 to #565 - crummish [OP]
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But what if your blue is someone else's white? It would look perfectly normal to them.
#571 to #557 - dxninjaxo
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eye transplants. bam!
#575 to #557 - kuroryuuhime
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I've thought about that before. It's like...what if my blue is someone else's red? But they've grown up with that their whole lives. So "blue" could be any color to someone, but they'd know it as blue, even if I might call it yellow and someone else could call it red. And it's so trippy because there's literally no way to test it. Even if they see what I'd call yellow, they'd know it as blue, which it would be, but if I were to see it as they saw it I'd call it yellow.

...Jeez, this is too much thinking for Christmas Eve. But, still, awesome to know I'm not the only one to ever think of this stuff.
#574 to #557 - bertojones
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ive thought of this before, and then came to the conclusion that nobody gives a ****.
#547 - thisisdj
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#330 - fuzzum
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Man my brain, oh my god, stop.
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#136 - minimalattendance
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#52 - holeymoley
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I was born with one foot you see so i always knew my left from my right, i even had a little thing i used to say, "my right one is gone, and the other is left"

- Adam Hills
#441 - flyingflufferflow
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-left goes one way, right goes the opposite.
-describe red: darker version of pink
-you cant, because we have them all found out
-water taste like water. thats like comparing what chocolate taste like, theres nothing else that taste like chocolate other than chocolate itself.
-no.
#445 to #441 - anon
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describe a color outside of the visible spectrum(what it would like if we suddenly gained the ability to see it)
#446 to #441 - invadingaliens
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Chocolate tastes like fine cocoa with milk.
Problem?
#451 to #441 - mrhumperdoodle
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Try explaining red to someone who was born blind
#457 to #451 - flyingflufferflow
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"its a color." they wouldnt understand anything else, if i tried saying, "it looks like this, but darker." they wouldnt know what the **** im talking about.
#491 to #457 - likeabossmuch
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you deserve many thumbs.
#463 to #457 - mrhumperdoodle
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Exactly
#479 to #463 - maxluis
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Okay, imagine, you are eating a popsicle, what flavor is it? Cherry? Blueberry? Strawberry? Food has flavors, and the colors, are like flavors to your eyes.
#482 to #479 - mrhumperdoodle
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I guess that works
#456 to #451 - everheat
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That's completely out of context. And you can't since it's an observation.
#268 - tmgrskat
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#204 - WitchKingTroll ONLINE
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Think of a number that doesn't exist.
#209 to #204 - anon
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Jewthousand
#212 to #204 - anon
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sqrt(-4)
#241 to #204 - datargumme
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Think of a number that does exist.
They are concepts.
#246 to #204 - excusemycharisma
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Square root of -1
#278 to #204 - anon
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One Brazilian.
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i