For light, black isn't a color
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I don't even need a picture. White is composed of some colors (This has been experimented. We have a prism. We direct white light towards its tip on the top. Because the bottom's fat, the white light is dispersed into its component colors (Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet) and is refracted), but definitely not black. Say, I'm in a room. I'll establish this scenery. You can visually prove this yourself. If I turn on the lights, not only is the room illuminated, but some objects, depending on their molecular structure, reflect a certain color/certain colors (If the color requires a combination of colors), while absorbing others. However, if turned off, all are black. If white was also composed of black, then the room wouldn't be black when turned off.
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"White, black, gray, and pink are not colors."
I can see that you don't really have a grasp on this concept.
Black, for light, isn't, thus affirming my resolution, thus me winning. However, white and pink are. How so? Because you can combine some colors for both white and pink.
"I understand your concept... but I see no need for a debate. I'm simply stating the fact that... White, black, gray, and pink are not colors. They do not exist in the color spectrum of light. Colors are as you said (Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet). The combination of all colors are seen as white. White is not a color because it cannot exist on its own. Black is not a color because it's the absent of colors. Not white light. Pink is not a color because it does not exist in the light spectrum. As mentioned before, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet make up the color spectrum of light. Pink is made by adding white to red. Just as gray is not in the color spectrum of light. It's created by adding white to black. Brown also can be considered a non-color."
However, speaking from the concept of colors, even if white, grey, etc. requires a combination of colors, doesn't mean that they aren't colors.
Also, I automatically win; You, my opponent, have conceded. It doesn't matter whether or not you win over me the debate about white, grey, etc. (Other than black) seeing as that is not the topic being discussed here.
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Vote Placed by Krazzy_Player 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con did not make any real arguments. Easy win for Pro.
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