Can you identify colours in darkness?

@ssh123 (31104)
India
September 23, 2006 2:32am CST
Scientists say all colour sensations are caused by lights rays entering our eyes.
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• United States
19 Feb 07
No, i can't identify color in the dark. Matter of fact, it's very hard to see anything at all in the dark.
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@ssh123 (31104)
• India
19 Feb 07
Thanks for your response.
@Shaun72 (15968)
• Palatka, Florida
11 Feb 07
it depends on how dark the light and also how light the color is to wether I can tell what color am looking at.
@ssh123 (31104)
• India
12 Feb 07
Thanks for your response to this discussion topic.
@rladiga00 (1166)
• India
11 Feb 07
I feel it is not possible to identify any colours in the darkness. You are right in saying that the sensations are caused by light rays entering our eyes.
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@ssh123 (31104)
• India
11 Feb 07
You have given scientific explanation. Thanks.
@ossie16d (11834)
• Australia
19 Oct 06
I cannot identify colours in the dark, despite what the scientists say. I understand from a friend who went blind when he was in his 40's that people who are blind do not 'see' things in colour because colour is something that does not exist for the blind.
@ssh123 (31104)
• India
19 Oct 06
thanks for your response.