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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    He was dead serous, it was something he had been practicing for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Esoteric Wench View Post
    Poor INTJs. So book smart. So real world dumb.
    I don't think this is right but kind of see what you are saying

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    Your premise is flawed. What would an INTJ be doing in a bar?
    Ha! Perfect retort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esoteric Wench View Post
    I love this thread. Poor INTJs. So book smart. So real world dumb. And INFPs? Love 'em. But this thread does have INFPs tendency to ponder such imponderables as "what color gala fundraiser dress should I wear that embodies my feelings about curing Diabetes" thing pegged. LOL!
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    ^ Second. Wtf. :rolli:

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    Quote Originally Posted by under skies View Post
    INFP: Do you ever wonder if what one person sees when they look at something that is "yellow" is the same as what another person sees? Like maybe our brains perceive the colors differently but we just agree to call two different colors the same thing because we see them at the same time.
    I don't think "time" is the issue here. I think its simply naming things based on what would suit most perceptions. If reality is true, then even if we can't identify the "true" color, we can identify "divisions".

    Also, if we're talking about "colors", I think it would be important to talk about "Light". Can light be "black" in color? Can "darkness" be white? Can the sun have scorching, black flame? Can the absence of light be whiteness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craft View Post
    I don't think "time" is the issue here. I think its simply naming things based on what would suit most perceptions. If reality is true, then even if we can't identify the "true" color, we can identify "divisions".

    Also, if we're talking about "colors", I think it would be important to talk about "Light". Can light be "black" in color? Can "darkness" be white? Can the sun have scorching, black flame? Can the absence of light be whiteness?
    Apparently conversation between INFP and INTP is similiar to the INTJ in question. =) I love it.

    And you are right of course, when you think of the nature of color. I was pleased when this came up in my physics class, I could finally stop wondering about it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craft View Post
    Also, if we're talking about "colors", I think it would be important to talk about "Light". Can light be "black" in color? Can "darkness" be white? Can the sun have scorching, black flame? Can the absence of light be whiteness?
    Of course. Dreams and hallucinations are the most common examples.

    There is light where there is no colour, and colour where there is no light. Equating the two is silly. Colours are mental.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erm View Post
    Of course. Dreams and hallucinations are the most common examples.

    There is light where there is no colour, and colour where there is no light. Equating the two is silly. Colours are mental.
    Not so fast. Light is photons, and photons are characterized by their energy or wavelength. We use color designations to describe those photons whose wavelength falls in the range that human eyes can see: violet through red. We can equally well describe them in terms of wavelength, however: 400 nm - 700 nm. So, no light (no photons) means no color. On the other hand, light outside the visible spectrum might be described as having no color, since we cannot see it, and we cannot apply any of our color terminology to it.

    Now, the various means of producing color can complicate the issue. White light is the presence of all colors, but the artist's blank white canvas is the absence of all colors. Colors add differently when mixing paints or other pigments than when mixing light, as in a laser light show or even on computer monitors. This is because in the second case, we are seeing the product of emission, whereas in the first we are generally seeing the product of reflection, with a white light source assumed.

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    I wonder if after awhile you could start to see virus' particles if you lived after being afflicted, a sort of eye evolution so that those after you could survive and avoid the affliction altogether. Possible? Perhaps you would just become immune to it, though.

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