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Nope, Color Variation Is Based On Wave Frequency.

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Posted by Rich on January 26, 2001 13:11:36 UTC

Take the entire spectrum, from UV waves to Radio waves. Each seperate wave has it's own range of frequencies. We just happen to be able to see the light and the different color frequencies. Why? Well, its evolution my darlin'. We live on the surface where there is plenty of light. If we could see too well, we'd be at a grave disadvantage.

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