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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
User avatar #101 - wolverinebamf
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(12/24/2012) [-]
Difference between right/left: One is on one side of you, the other is the other side of you, that is the difference
Red: The lowest frequency on the visible light spectrum
Water: Taste's like whatever impurities are in it.

And it is literally impossible to think of a new color, as only the colors on the visible light spectrum exist, and we have already seen them all, another one like this, where there is no answer, What's at the end of the universe? We don't know, because infinity is a concept our mind can't truly grasp, and we don't know what could possibly exist outside of the end of the universe.
#577 to #101 - radiserne
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(12/25/2012) [-]
**radiserne rolled a random image posted in comment #2468779 at MLP Friendly Board **
If you can't think of different colors, you clearly haven't done acid
User avatar #104 to #101 - joshwontwon
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(12/24/2012) [-]
there are some colors though that only certain people can see. They're called tetrachromats. They have four cone cells in their eyes that allow this.
User avatar #110 to #104 - wolverinebamf
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(12/24/2012) [-]
I won't pretend to know everything. I knew there were colors we couldn't see, but I didn't know there were people who could.
User avatar #111 to #110 - joshwontwon
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(12/24/2012) [-]
I was just trying to give you the information. Honestly, if I never read about tetrochromats I would've agreed with you even more. Either way you were correct in everything else and I had no thought whatsoever with information you provided. So thanks for posting! :)
#103 to #101 - anon id: 6ef117f9
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(12/24/2012) [-]
As to the new colour, what about people with tetrachroma? I know it's not a new colour outside of the visible light spectrum (to get that, you'd have to remove the corneas, since they block UV, but our highest frequency light detecting cells detect it), but it'd mean you could detect shades of colour with much more precision than usual.