We Don't Really Understand Either

Bad news for breast cancer awareness and Victoria's Secret: The color pink doesn't actually exist. Scientists have determined that the color we know as "pink" is actually a concentration of all other light colors minus green. So if you're renting a movie this week, look for The Minus-Green Panther or Pretty in Minus-Green ...

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Anonymous commented…

by this logic aren't all colors non-existent?

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Isaac Grosse commented…

Not quite. Pink does not exist as a result of green being taken away, it exists as a result of all other colors showing. Green just got left out :( which is really sad

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eL commented…

well technically white is not a color either, but if it's in a box of crayons, it's a color in my book.

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Andy commented…

Great... The next thing they're gonna tell us is that Pluto doesn't exist as well. Fail...

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Guest commented…

yknow how a rainbow starts with red and ends with purple? these scientists are saying that pink [or magenta] would exist in that space 'before red' or 'after purple' - but since no spectrum ever flows directly from purple to red, they 'scientifically' say pink doesnt exist.

that's thinking a little too outside the crayon box, in my opinion...

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