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biel asked the Naked Scientists:Do you believe that the environment we see are only dark and light? Is it that the rods and cones of the eye are responsible for giving colours?What do you think?
Do you believe that the environment we see are only dark and light? Is it that the rods and cones of the eye are responsible for giving colours?
Thanks guys from answering my question. But it seems that no one have given me the accurate answer Im looking for. Thanks for clearing it out "Mr. Techmind".Here's my idea. I have ask alot of doctors but yet still haven't got the answer im looking for. I have a thought or theory that keep on bothering me since then I had my anatomy class. I think that "regardless of the cones and rods and how our mind perceive things around us, in the world where we live, it is just merely DARK and LIGHT. Black and white if you consider." Just like what "Mr. Lightarrow" conclude. I just don't get the relation of electromagnetic frequencies resulting to color. Visual can be seen in different ways. As such when we use gadgets, instruments and other visionary objects. But, the thing that I want to conclude is, "what is the real scene of our surrounding? Is colour just a perception and as such exists in our mind only?"
The perception of "colour" is a property of the human visual system, how the human eye interprets a given spectral distribution of light. Hence, without the "Human Visual System" what does our surrounding look like? Dark and Light only?