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Blue-shifting as opposed to violet-shifting
A recent XKCD comic implies that the sky is blue as opposed to violet due to human physiology, and that animals more sensitive to shorter wavelengths will perceive the Earth's sky as the shortest ...
Dec 11 '12 at 13:14
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