Stephen Jendraszak wrote:
> Red is the complementary color of green. When you look at a color for a
> long time, it gets "burned" in your retina, because the retina has been
> over-stimulated. It is trying to compensate by tossing the complementary
> color in there to "dampen" the hue you are looking at. When you look
> away, though, the eye cannot adjust fast enough, so you see the inverse
> color of what you were looking at in your vision still.
So let me get this straight: You are actually saying that working with a
backlit Newt for a prolonged period will make the world go pink?
Kewl! No need for LSD anymore...
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