#1
Suppose we humans find another color. A brand new primary color. It's impossible to picture this color because we only know of the colors we perceive daily. Any color you imagine is composed of two or more of the primary colors (if they're not the primary colors themselves)

Also, I've heard two theories about the universe:

One is that it is never ending. This just baffles me to no end. How can it never stop?

The other is even more confusing, and that's that it actually DOES end. In order for something to exist there has to be something to exist before it. In this sense there is no end to existence.

These are just a couple random things that really make me think too hard.

Got any more food for thought?
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isn't the universe constantly growing and expanding?
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I've had this thought many times too, weird.

I always try to think of the color, then I realize I can't. Makes my head hurt when I keep trying to imagine it, knowing I can't.
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If you could perceive/recognise a new, unique color, would you then see shades of it amongst other colors on objects?


If you get what I mean..
#5
How about picturing what it's like to be dead, barring the existence of heaven or a similar place. Just imagine not thinking..like at all. Non existence really. Very very hard to think about.
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something that messes with my mind isnt forever space, but forever time, like eternal life or immortality.

and also i cant imagine a bullet hitting brick wall in my mind without it breaking through. i can spin a spinner tho and make it stop on a color tho.
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How about picturing what it's like to be dead, barring the existence of heaven or a similar place. Just imagine not thinking..like at all. Non existence really. Very very hard to think about.



This too.

Like, if there was no heaven or hell, and you were nothing. Nothing. What would that be like? You wouldn't know, you wouldn't exist, but then what would happen to you?

Thanks a lot, now I'm gonna be pondering this all night.
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I am just not high enough to understand this one
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This too.

Like, if there was no heaven or hell, and you were nothing. Nothing. What would that be like? You wouldn't know, you wouldn't exist, but then what would happen to you?

Thanks a lot, now I'm gonna be pondering this all night.


Exactly! Ugh..goodbye sleeping tonight.
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#11
did you ever stop and think that your version of for example green, might look blue to me? you can never tell how another person's brain precieves sensory input. though we are talking about the same color, it may look different to us.
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I always wonder how the hell we began. Whether you believe in creationism or evolutionism, think about it. Say you believe God created us. What created God? Or say you believe we started off as a bunch of molecules that formed together to create organisms. Where did those molecules start off?

Trips me out.
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yea give me an 8th of shrooms and ill be explaining how all this **** works all damn night...


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The colour thing doesn't really work because of the visible light spectrum. However, if we could expand our perception beyond the visible light spectrum to see infrared and ultraviolet without the aid of technology such as goggles designed specifically to translate them into visible light, then we would probably see them blend in to what we see today.

edit: and yes I understand that you guys are just throwing the whole unique perceptions thing out there, but it just doesn't work that way haha
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did you ever stop and think that your version of for example green, might look blue to me? you can never tell how another person's brain precieves sensory input. though we are talking about the same color, it may look different to us.

Yeah, and it's impossible to know the answer to that question, as you cannot describe a color.
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They say the universe is expanding...that shold help ease the traffic
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did you ever stop and think that your version of for example green, might look blue to me? you can never tell how another person's brain precieves sensory input. though we are talking about the same color, it may look different to us.


YES! I always wonder how they would know a person was color blind because their red may be blue to us, and so they learn red colors as 'blue'.

Also, I didn't really want to put too much about religion because of the religion thread, but the after life brings up so much more confusion. Suppose there is no afterlife, like a UGer posted before me, and that we just exist in nothingness.

Or suppose heaven exists. Say my dearest family member or friend goes to hell, but I go to heaven. What kind of heaven is that? Suppose a murderer kills one of your family members, repents and goes to heaven along with you.

Or say hell exists. Eternal damnation? That just seems way to awful to imagine. Torture without the ability to die?

Bah!
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Suppose we humans find another color. A brand new primary color. It's impossible to picture this color because we only know of the colors we perceive daily. Any color you imagine is composed of two or more of the primary colors (if they're not the primary colors themselves)

Also, I've heard two theories about the universe:

One is that it is never ending. This just baffles me to no end. How can it never stop?

The other is even more confusing, and that's that it actually DOES end. In order for something to exist there has to be something to exist before it. In this sense there is no end to existence.

These are just a couple random things that really make me think too hard.

Got any more food for thought?


we cant find another color that our eyes can see. im a theater major mostly with lighting, no 4th primary to discover, go back to your crayola.

we can only see as far as the light has traveled, e.i. we can see 16 billion light years because thats roughly how old the universe is

it does make more sense if it all doesnt end, personally, even though we will never know every detail, ever, at all
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#21
I thought of this the other day and, while being rather stupid and pointless, its an interesting thought to me.

If anyone has seen the dewmocracy commercial, thats where i got the idea. so say you have a really long rope... stretches for miles. on one end of the rope, you have a jet plane. how many people would have to be pulling on the other end to hold the plane back. no matter how much i think about it, i cant picture a group of people holding it back a jet.
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did you ever stop and think that your version of for example green, might look blue to me? you can never tell how another person's brain precieves sensory input. though we are talking about the same color, it may look different to us.

Thats exactly what i think
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I always wonder how the hell we began. Whether you believe in creationism or evolutionism, think about it. Say you believe God created us. What created God? Or say you believe we started off as a bunch of molecules that formed together to create organisms. Where did those molecules start off?

Trips me out.

I've thought this one over, how apparently there are the two completely different theories of how we got to where we are today, we evolved from lesser beings over millions of years, or we were created by God.
Well, couldn't God have just made the very first lesser beings and gave us the ability to evolve? It would work out the same way, it just isn't how it's written in the bible. It's still possible though.
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It just drives me nuts how you couldn't possibly imagine any of those other colors that they see. I also wonder how anyone ever figures stuff like that out about animals.
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