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Topics: Colors, light

Wednesday, 25 July 2007

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Easton, Pennsylvania (Reuterus) - Color experts at Crayola Headquarters have confirmed that the presence of all colors in the visible spectrum actually produces a hue of 'hot pink' and not 'pure white'.

This runs against conventional scientific theory. However, as anyone who has ever tried to blend all of the colors in a jumbo box of crayons knows, the result is far from white.

The absence of color remains 'black', as evidenced by looking into the void of space or staring into the soul of Dick Cheney.

Now, if you will, please stop staring at the armpit hair of the model to the right.

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