April 24, 2016
The Color Pink Does Not Exist in Nature
[vc_row][vc_column width="2/3"][vc_column_text]I've got devastating news, guys. Grab a glass of water, have a seat and take a deep breath. The color pink does not exist. Okay it does , but it kinda doesn't according to science. Scientists from have discovered that the color pink is actually a pigment of our imagination, given that the color pink is a combination of red and violet, two colors that lie at the opposite sides of the ROYGBIV color spectrum. As many scientists affirm, "pink is a made-up color" because our brains are perceiving 'pink' by blending the two wavelengths. This would mean the rainbow would have to bend in order to create this color which means it does not exist in nature. Other scientists disagree with this idea noting that all colors are figments of our imagination, not just pink. They posit that all of the colors we perceive are not wavelengths facilitated by light, but "a sensation that arises within the brain. Whatever the case may be, as a HUGE fan of color, I find this two arguments devastating yet interesting at the same time. Never once did I think that my favorite color would be called non-existent! What do you feel about the color pink being called a "made-up color"? Are you as devastated as I? Or completely unfazed? Let me hear your thoughts![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width="1/3"][vc_widget_sidebar sidebar_id="default-sidebar"][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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