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Color sensations

Color sensations

Color sensations are produced through the excitation of the retina by light vibrating at different frequencies. Black is complete lack of stimulation, while white is complete stimulation. Basic colors are considered to be 6 monochromatic colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple) and they all vibrate at different frequencies.Infrared and ultraviolet rays are below the … Continue reading

Splash some red on the sky

Splash some red on the sky

Sunsets are when the sun goes below the horizon (to the west), in tropical areas sunsets take on majestic colors. This is because there are more particles in the atmosphere that defragment the light, like the classic science experiment using a prism to see the rainbow spectrum. Normally when the sun is up high it only reflects purples, which we … Continue reading

About Rainbows

About Rainbows

We are aware that there is not pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, in fact if you see a person at the end of the rainbow, he wouldn’t be able to see it. Other facts: –       A rainbow is observed in the direction opposite to the sun –       Occasionally, a secondary bow may … Continue reading