Why does the color red color red? This is anti-red according to my teacher but I can't understand what he means. I can't reach him because he uses certain words that I really don't know what does it means. Hopefully you can explain.
25th May 2005 - 11:09 PM
I think what is meant here is that a red object generally reflects most of the colors in the red area of the color spectrum, but absorbs most of the other colors.
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