Subject: Can there be aliens, they are just invisible to our eyes?
Date: Mon Jan 12 19:14:05 2009
Posted by Desone
Grade level: 7-9
School: Sierra Linda High School
City: phoenix State/Province: AZ
Country: united states
Area of science: General Biology
its a basic fact that there are different wavelengths of light. the pigments in our skin make us the color we
are. is it possible that aliens could be invisible, because her/his/it's pigment is in a color we can't see,
such as ultraviolet? i have been pondering this question for quite some time and i eagerly await your reply.
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