Colors are a direct variable in the way we take in the world around us. When looking at, for example, a green apple, we are seeing that color green because the green spectrum of light is being reflected off of that apple and back into our eyes, while this seemingly green apple absorbs all other color spectrums. This is a result of cones in our eyes that are trained to pick out varying amounts of red, green, and blue light to form all the colors in our observable spectrum. Many people do not consider though, that what you think to be green may be different from what others consider green. Numerous people around the world suffer from some sort of color blindness due to a shortage or lack thereof of one of these types of cones in the eye, and thus perceive the world is literally a “whole different light.”
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