[quote name='"grape tomato"'] We can't observe consciousness as it is an ongoing process created through electrical signals through our neuron networks. Wavelengths do definitely exist, but color does not. Color is just how the networks process wavelength. We are lucky enough to have networks capable of recurrent thought (thinking about thinking, or understanding of thought), which is due to our capacity for knowledge about our surroundings. Think of the brain as an input/output architecture (which it is). It takes any kind of information (in our case, sight, sound, smell, taste, feeling, as well as others) as input. The input is sent to the first layer of neurons, which chooses which neurons to send the next signal to based on an energy threshold. The energy is modified, and sent to the next layer, where the process is repeated. Many refer to this as thought. This is repeated until an output layer is reached, which is when an action is performed. This network also communicates signals chemically (i.e. Cannabinoids, Serotonin, Epinephrine) which can alter thought process. Color is just part of this thought process affecting the visual inputs. I drew a VERY simplified model of an animal neuron network. The text on there was from the first version of the image, so just ignore it.[/quote] You should be a teacher. Every post you make teaches me something, I swear. Im not forgetful so I take in the info and it stays there. But the way you describe something--it clicks!