How many colors have names for them at this point in time?
http://i.imgur.com/EUkIomS.jpgOriginally Posted by Profesco
but I don't think that anyone anywhere has an official list of every color. Technically, it's impossible to name all of the colors, since color is an infinite gradient, even in the visual range. Plus, we can only see a very small portion of the light spectrum - birds can see more colors than we can. You can even argue that different people see colors differently, since everyone's cones and rods are slightly different, some people have synesthesia and/or color blindness, and the way that YOU see color is merely the way that YOUR body interprets photon reflections. That's beyond the scope of your question, though, I think.
Last edited by varanus_komodoensis; 17th April 2012 at 1:00 AM.
Where can I go on my computer to change how the internet speed is? I remember I once found an option on my computer to make it not reduce the speed or something. Sorry if this is vague, I have no idea how to phrase this and I don't remember what I did. I'm on a PC that had Vista but now has Windows 7 if that helps.
Another question. Moving to another country and becoming a resident there and all of that, what is the process like?
Another question >.> How much traffic do other states get?
Last edited by Myrrh; 18th April 2012 at 7:37 AM.
Hmm, answering your other state traffic questions. About the same as your state. I mean, it depends on if there is an accident, or if there is a city near by. We have a place called the Conshohocken Curve, which is always jammed.
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Some countries have far easier immigration processes than others. It's really dependent on the government.
Traffic varies state to state. Places that are predominantly rural like North Dakota are obviously going to have far less traffic than California. A good, general indication is the state population and how urban vs. rural the state is. Some of that's also going to depend on public transportation and it's efficiency.
So like Spookz said, it really depends on which state you're moving to, and even where in that state you're moving. In Alabama, there are towns where people still ride horses places. I've seen it.
What do vegetarians eat for protein? Im confused on the "not eating meat" part.
EDIT: In response to the post above me, vegetarians, by definition, do not eat any meat, but will eat animal products, such as milk and cheese. Pescatarians are vegetarians that eat fish and seafood, and vegans do not eat any animal products at all, including meat, milk, eggs, and dairy.
Thanks to those who helped with my questions.
Another one: When I press F5 on my laptop it brings me to the home page instead of refreshing the page I am on. How do I make it refresh instead?
How quickly can something you eat make you feel ill? Today I started feeling ill about twenty minutes after I'd eaten something, and I thought it was the food but my friends said it was too soon. Could it have been the food that made me feel ill or was it probably something else?
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So tomorrow is LGBT Day of Silence and I am wondering, is communicating through writing, cheating ?