posted on Apr 11, 2011, 10 pm

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MacSimon, Apr 11, 2011, 10 pm

I can relate, i got asleep at the subway today! Thankfully i woke up right when i had to leave it : P

sydneylove, Apr 11, 2011, 10 pm

because they are the 3 primary colors. :P

Helix_luco, Apr 11, 2011, 11 pm

the three primary colors when dealing with pigment are yellow, blue, and red, but the primary colors of light are red blue and green.

Violet (Guest), Apr 11, 2011, 11 pm

Because our eyes are made of RGB cones and rods to detect light, so TV's use RGB in response to this

KyledKat, Apr 12, 2011, 12 am

Dont LED TVs use yellow now?

Akiaa, Apr 12, 2011, 02 am

I've heard green is counted in because it's the most visible color for the eyes (that's why nightvision goggles screens are in green)
I'm for the RGB idea, too

The_Hankerchief, Apr 12, 2011, 02 am

I read your links, while listening to Billy Joel's "Piano Man" on my iTunes. Somehow, the song makes good back music.

Also, a tip of my hat to you for the nod towards Japan. Every little bit helps!

Corcoran (Guest), Apr 12, 2011, 02 am

@Cake: Green is a primary color in the light spectrum.

Neon-J, Apr 12, 2011, 09 am

Primary colours of paint: Red, Yellow, Blue.

Primary colours of light: Red, GREEN, Blue.

BM03 (Guest), Apr 12, 2011, 03 pm

Grandma ain't even fazed by Duck, she's seen it all.

wenkuang77, Apr 12, 2011, 05 pm

Red, green, and blue are the primary colors of light.

Primary colors for pigments are red, blue, and yellow.

For light, red and green make yellow.

GraySoul (Guest), Apr 12, 2011, 06 pm

You make my brain hurt.

Color is only in the brain, the electromagnetic spectrum contains more that is dreamed of in your philosophy.
Red Green and Blue are the colors that the cones in your eye are most sensitive to.
Cyan, Magenta and Yellow are the _subtractive_ primaries used in print work along with black ink.

PersonB (Guest), Apr 12, 2011, 07 pm

You just gained a new fan, friend. Thanks to a link from the Gunshow comic website I came to here and just read every one of your previous question duck strips. Keep up the good work.

Fruchle (Guest), Jun 02, 2011, 03 am


Red is the most visible color for the eyes, that's why they use it in darkrooms and other areas you want low light (since you don't need as much to see by).

The night vision goggles' green tint comes from the phosphorous amplification.

(Green isn't bad, blue is our worst)

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