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The highly interesting thing is, brown absorbs all other colors but reflects red and green. This may be a source of your misunderstanding. The way humans perceive color is by having three types of photoreceptors in their eyes. Each of them has a broadish response function which means, that the "green" receptors react well to pure green light (as in ...


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This is an old question, but I'm very surprised no one has mentioned this: You CAN'T see red-green. According to multiple websites, some studies showed that the human eye cannot see both red and green simultaneously, as the red cone and the green cone send out signals that cancel each other out. Similarly, blue-yellow is equally impossible to perceive. ...



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