Subject: does color, not light or electromagnetic waves, really exist?
Date: Sat Dec 27 22:24:30 2008
Posted by mathew
Grade level: undergrad
School: southern maine community college
City: portland State/Province: maine
Area of science: Neuroscience
do we only see color because of how our eyes see light bouncing off of objects,
or is color a real characteristic of objects?
Note from the physics moderator to the biophysics moderator: Since various combinations of wavelengths
can appear similar to the eye, the physics end of it seems to be dominated by the neuroperception end of
it, so I've sent this to you.
Re: does color, not light or electromagnetic waves, really exist?
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