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Bird Brains Hint At The Origins Of Our Sense Of Color

14:00 EDT 1 Aug 2018 | Discover Magazine

Is the blue I see the same as the blue you see? It's an age-old stoner question, and while it might not ever be possible to find a conclusive answer, it does touch on a fundamental mystery for linguists and neuroscientists alike. Where do colors come from? Not the physical colors themselves, of course - that's just different wavelengths of light. But where do the categories that we fit those perceptible wavelengths into come from? Most cultures possess words for colors, but the numb

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