I have often thought what they thought. I think.
does this imply that all lines are just segments?
Stark raven mad, he is.
Dr. Nagel, call your office.
I remember having this discussion quite a few times when I was in grade school.
People always bring this up when I them that I’m color blind. They get all philosophical and say “well maybe my blue is your yellow… but can’t you just adjust what you see to the labels we use?”
No… no I can’t because there are less colors in my world. If you put a certain shade of blue and purple beside each other, they look exactly the same to me, even though they are clearly different to you. I don’t know which one is which (both look blue to me)
Well, it would somewhat explain the variety of expressions of art we see from people in the history of the world…as we know it.
I’ve had this thought many times, especially when taking to someone who is colorblind.
that’s pretty much the way i see it…
Snacking on the late-season fermented windfall again, eh? :)
Well, I’m told that your reality is really deep, but it looks pretty flat to me.
does line density imply texture or shade?
I’ve thought about this…Maybe, everyone’s favorite color is the same! but according to perception, it may turn out with a different label!And people WITHOUT favorite colors… don’t… SeE coLOrS! AaND… AaRRghAhGHRHIMNH
September 17, 2017