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By nicole / Friday 27 May 2011 20:52 / United States
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  JManHobbs  |  12

No. 86 is right. Light and dye are not the same thing. You think if you grab all you crayons and draw them on top of each other you're gonna come out with paper that's still white?

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  justsomgirl  |  12

118, you're referring to pigment when you talk about crayons, however, color in and if itself is a reflection of light. it was not my intent to say 86 was wrong about absence of colour. I took her comment to mean that she was saying 85 was completely wrong and THAT is not correct. http://www.colormatters.com/vis_bk_white.html

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