Stoner thinking

Discussion in 'General' started by sublimeluvr, Nov 26, 2011.

  1. Ok. So this is kinda compacted. I was thinking that maybe we don't all see colors the same way. Maybe when I look at Red I might see it the same way another person sees Blue but we both call that color Red because we have always been taught that. How could we ever kno if somebody else sees colors the same as we do? Am I making any sense? Haha
     
  2. Yeah I've thought that before.

    Indeedy indeedy.
     
  3. Is the color thing supposed to be some sort of analogy?

    Or are you just saying that people see colors differently? Because I know that's true...When I look at something pink, my dad perceives it as yellow :confused_2:

    I bet all humans see colors differently...
     
  4. [quote name='"BA"']Is the color thing supposed to be some sort of analogy?

    Or are you just saying that people see colors differently? Because I know that's true...When I look at something pink, my dad perceives it as yellow :confused_2:

    I bet all humans see colors differently...[/quote]

    Yes that's exactly what I mean! Its a strange thought kinda
     
  5. That just seems really unlikely to me. All humans are almost the same biologically. It would just be too abnormal for us all to see different colors.
     
  6. [quote name='"iSPARK"']That just seems really unlikely to me. All humans are almost the same biologically. It would just be too abnormal for us all to see different colors.[/quote]

    But our eyes are one of our biggest differences. I mean we have diff color eyes. Some people need glasses. Some people can see better than 20/20. Our eyes do not all see the same. How could we ever kno if each other see colors the same. I am not saying your wrong. I am just saying that I think it could be possible. No way to kno really
     
  7. If you think about it, we could all even perceive chairs differently, or the sky, or the taste of cheeseburgers. Oh man, I love thinking about stuff like this, especially with the help of a few unmentionables.
     
  8. There are many different types of color blindness that cause people to perceive colors differently,but I doubt the entire world population perceives color different from normal.
     
  9. yeah, thatss a classic stoner thought
     
  10. haha i always thought about that exact color thing when i was really young prob 5 or 6, does that mean i was a stoner before i even started smoking haha?
     
  11. Some colors seem duller when others say they are brighter and vise versa with me. I always thought I saw certain things a bit differently than others (not just with colors either)
     
  12. I had that exact thought years ago when I was baked OP. :smoke:
     
  13. Then explain ROYGBIV. This thought works until you question the color scale and shading.
     
  14. [quote name='"windowless"']haha i always thought about that exact color thing when i was really young prob 5 or 6, does that mean i was a stoner before i even started smoking haha?[/quote]

    Maybe it just means kids and stoners are more open to these things. Or more receptive anyways
     
  15. [quote name='"DuncanTokes"']Then explain ROYGBIV. This thought works until you question the color scale and shading.[/quote]

    ROYGBIV would still apply because we would both still all red red. I just mean maybe we don't see red the same. And the same with OYG and BIV
     
  16. [quote name='"SmokeyH"']yeah, thatss a classic stoner thought[/quote]

    I agree. I thought this years ago all stoned with my best homie. I just thought it makes an interesting thread. See if other people agree or not
     
  17. No you're wrong, if we saw different colors but labelled them the same, the shading and order of shades would be different. ROYGBIV is an order of shading, and it wouldn't be in order if people saw colors differently.
     
  18. There are some on-line tests for color blindness...
     
  19. [quote name='"DuncanTokes"']No you're wrong, if we saw different colors but labelled them the same, the shading and order of shades would be different. ROYGBIV is an order of shading, and it wouldn't be in order if people saw colors differently.[/quote]

    What exactly do you mean by shading? ROYGBIV is just the color spectrum isn't it? Im not understanding what shading has to do with it
     
  20. honestly we probably see 99% of most things the same, because we are biologically and physiologically the same.....so the similar structure of our bodies would produce similar perceptions...

    however we do have different eye colors, so maybe people with green eyes see things a certain way, as do browners and blueeyeders
     
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