There are many invisible colours

Many researches say that cats' colour vision is limited to blue and grays. Same is the case of other living beings too. We believe that humans are lucky to see the 7 colours of rainbow and its combinations. Our whole world and physics are based on the interpretation of these colours only. We believe, only these colours are present in this world, because we prefer to believe 'what we see through our eyes'. I often imagine that there can many colours unknown to us, but present in universe hidden from our eyes. Also interpretation of many colours may not be correct as we think. Do you agree with me?

If I say a little philosophical, our interpretations with our open eyes may not be true always. Many layers of truths may be hidden from our eyes.

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Sandhya Rani
Asked 3 years ago

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In fact there are invisible colors. Scientifically, we can not see what does not fall on our vision spectrum or can not hear what falls out of our audio spectrum. The names scientifically goes like infra and ultra.

But philosophically, it is is really beautiful. You believe what you see and you see what you want to see or chose to see. It is your perception that we talk about on philosophical level.

Our prejudice and ignorance blind us and we fail to see things in real perspective. And truly said - "Not everything is in white or black, most of them is in shades of grey"

We see our things to the best of our capability and understanding but the mysteries of Nature are beyond human's comprehension. The subtle nuances of life need a real deep inner eyes to view it and perceive it in light of wisdom.

Arunima Singh
Answered 3 years ago
Arunima Singh

I agree with you. Color interpretations vary from individual to individual. This variation may be due to  color blindness. Color blindness is inability to see see colors or differences in colors.

rambabu
Answered 3 years ago
rambabu

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