Scientists Prove the Color Pink Doesn’t Exist

pink doesn't exist

Apparently pink isn’t a real color. Why? This is why, according to Robert Krulwich of the public radio show Radiolab

there is no such thing as a band of wavelengths that mix red and violet, and therefore, pink is not a real wavelength of light. That’s why pink is an invention. It’s not a name we give to something out there. Pink isn’t out there.
It’s seemingly just what happens when your brain tries to reconcile red and violet wavelengths together.

In conclusion: scientists are such fucking liars. Stop lying, science. This is like everything you ever told me about time machine and dinosaur breeding. You’re wrong about all of that too, and one day I will ride an apatosaurus to your childhood homes and destroy you.

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    • Laura

      Pink isn’t a color, Pluto isn’t a planet, blah, blah, blah.

    • Lo

      Brontosaurus, surely.

    • Somnilee

      It’s like the first time they teach you about light in science class and how “colour isn’t real”. Yeah, I get your explanation that it’s to do with what light gets absorbed and what bounces back, but no matter how many times you tell me that the sweater “is not” blue it just riles me up. Sure, it may not technically “be” blue because nothing is technically a colour, but someone applied a mix of chemical dyes to that sweater that would result in the optical illusion of it being blue, and for all intents and purposes isn’t that enough?

    • MR

      Hmm, and I had such plans for that time machine…. :)

      • chloe

        eww lock at the pics of niki naked its grose luv u ldsx

      • JESS