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  • #46
    Originally posted by D-Unit View Post
    What if we all see different colors?

    How would we know? We grew up learning that it's a particular name, but what if it's actually a completely different color?
    Truth is that we do. We don't see the full spectrum of waves only the ones in a relatively very small area of the wave spectrum. Some animals can see IR and UV we can't.
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    • #47
      Originally posted by broth223 View Post
      Truth is that we do. We don't see the full spectrum of waves only the ones in a relatively very small area of the wave spectrum. Some animals can see IR and UV we can't.
      He means if I see red as red, and you see red as blue, not different spectrums, just the colors in our visible spectrum.
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      • #48
        Originally posted by bhaarat316 View Post
        its like asking does darkness exist or cold?

        Darkness is actually just the absence of light, and the same thing for cold the absence of heat.

        Neither one really exists but you know its there
        here is the solution.

        Also about the color thing, everyone see different shades of colors, and we were told this color you see is called this. So ever time we see that color automatically we think back and be like its called this.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by JeffSamardzijaIRISH View Post
          Cogito ergo sum is a bunch of crap. What if the ability to think means one is actually not alive, but dead?
          Jeah but cogito ergo sum is usually mistranslated, even in philosophical books. The idea behind is not that the fact of being alive is proved by the thinking but that the thinking makes being alive superior to being dead. Our cognitive function is what makes us human beings. (dunno if im explaining it well)


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