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Sprite868:

what is the biggest color that exists?

doom2284:

bro what. what has question cove become 🥲

Sprite868:

and why is it red?

Aratox:

I hope you realize that there is no "biggest color"... In the event that you mean the "most common" color, please ask that instead.

Sprite868:

there's a color with a biggest wavelength

Aratox:

@sprite868 wrote:
there's a color with a biggest wavelength
Oh, you mean the color with the longest wavelength, I get it. Well, it's just how the universe was fundamentally developed - as well as how our eyes perceive light.

Sprite868:

and why is it red?

Aratox:

According to Aeon, QuestionCove's chat AI... Red has the longest wavelength on the visible color spectrum because it's around 620-750 nanometers (nm). This is because red light has a lower frequency and energy compared to other colors like violet, which has a shorter wavelength of around 380-450 nm. Think of it like this: imagine you're playing with different types of waves in the ocean. Red light is like the slow-moving, long-wavelength waves that roll in from far away, while violet light is like the fast-moving, short-wavelength ripples that come from a nearby boat!

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