Fake Science: How Can You Remember The Colors In the Rainbow?

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16 Responses to Fake Science: How Can You Remember The Colors In the Rainbow?

  1. Indigo doesn't exist. It was invented to make rainbows have 7 colours as 7 was a holy/lucky number of the time. Rainbows only have 6 colours!

  2. rubbish. its much easier if you remember that infrared is the biggst wavelenght and ultraviolet the smallest. And inbetween just continue the colors as the
    chromatic circle mixes the colors (mix red & yellow > between is orange; mix yellow and blue > between is green; mix blue & again red > the result is violet) . It's nothing but a child's play

  3. In Russia we use the following sentence:
    "the Every Hunter Wants to Know, Where a Pheasant Sits"
    If you translate this sentence from the capital letters in russian, you'll get words, starting with the same letter as color names.

  4. In Russia we use the following sentence:
    “the Every Hunter Wants to Know, Where a Pheasant Sits”
    If you translate this sentence from the capital letters in russian, you’ll get words, starting with the same letter as color names.

  5. You mean "mix red & green > yellow in between; mix green and blue > cyan in between". This is light, it uses additive theory.

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