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Originally posted by jpm1602
If I were to expound about it Sparkly. I would say we were graced by 'a presence.'
Originally posted by JPhish
reply to post by blupblup
it's not that they aren't in our environment. It's that we cannot perceive them. Birds for example can see into the ultraviolet spectrum. They see "colors" that we cannot. For some species of birds, male and females look exactly the same to us. But in fact, they have ultraviolet signatures/patterns/markings on their feathers that the birds can see.
Originally posted by Ramadwarf Philes
As an art student I naturally asked on of my teachers for his opinion and he called me an 'Anorack'
Still, to actually find them might be disastrous to us as Humans.
Still, brill thread!
Originally posted by rhizomes
As for colors we have never seen... neon colors were invented in the 1950's starting with neon green!