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    (Original post by Dheorl)
    Why do you say the sun would reflect no light?
    QI said so
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    nope

    it white or black

    or black and white
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    (Original post by Kyx)
    QI said so
    Qi, however, is not always right.
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    (Original post by Dheorl)
    Qi, however, is not always right.
    no
    but it is quite interesting!
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    Well, colour is actually a phenomenon created by the brain in response to light stimulus. This means that colour is by nature a subjective phenomenon, and therefore it isn't productive to talk about the colour of objects in objective terms.
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    YELLOW. :dunce:

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    (Original post by Kyx)
    colour can be defined as the wavelength of light an object emits or reflects
    the sun emits white light; THE SUN IS WHITE
    The sun doesn't reflect any light. the absence of light is darkness, which is black: THE SUN IS BLACK
    What colour is the sun? just for fun I am going to say black.
    :holmes:
    If you define 'colour' as being the predominant wavelength of EM radiation it emits, it would probably be γ.

    If, however, you define 'colour' as being the predominant wavelength of visible light it emits, it would be yellow.

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    (Original post by Kyx)
    no
    but it is quite interesting!
    The show is in general, and this discussion would be if it was based on accurate facts. It however isn't, and scientific answers aren't to hard to figure out. I guess this is however the philosophy forum, not the science forum, so feel free to go on debating stuff there is already a known answer to
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    (Original post by Dheorl)
    The show is in general, and this discussion would be if it was based on accurate facts. It however isn't, and scientific answers aren't to hard to figure out. I guess this is however the philosophy forum, not the science forum, so feel free to go on debating stuff there is already a known answer to
    I know the real answer :lol:

    (I'm just trolling)

    not really trolling. I just saying how I could argue this if I really wanted too
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    Simple. It's the colour you get when you go into your lab and get few billion (or is it trillion?) tonnes of Hydrogen, squish it together under massive pressure to form plasma, try to keep it in a massive vacuum which is about 3 degrees Kelvin... Then, stand back and watch those lovely little fusion explosions, although you may want to wear special glasses because the light will be too bright. Can't think of any other problems, though, so... send us a picture when you've done it, and I personally will give you my amazing five rep as a well-deserved reward.
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    I just googled "sun from iss" now u can see that the sun is white
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    (Original post by Kyx)
    I know the real answer :lol:

    (I'm just trolling)

    not really trolling. I just saying how I could argue this if I really wanted too
    But the real answer is neither white nor black. Philosophy, as usual, seems beyond me.
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    (Original post by Dheorl)
    But the real answer is neither white nor black. Philosophy, as usual, seems beyond me.
    :lol:
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    (Original post by Kalail)
    Deep Purple
    But what if the sun goes down and the moon comes uuuuup? :holmes:
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    (Original post by Kyx)
    :lol:
    So what's the purpose of arguing which is right out of two provably wrong answers?
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    I think black
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    (Original post by Dheorl)
    So what's the purpose of arguing which is right out of two provably wrong answers?
    :dontknow:

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    I think black

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    (Original post by ikhan94)
    the sun is a big red ball of fire
    wrong its not on fire!!!

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