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Best Answer Gareth Pritchard says
Hi, alloporus that's interesting that you sorted my answers as first but I have to say there is a lot of other interesting and informative answers on this page as well and deserving of a place, thanks Gareth.
PS. much shorter too, ha, ha.
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Great answer..... it was the question that was bad. LMAO
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John Connor says
You can bring Light in a Dark room and the room will Light up but You cannot bring darkness in a room with Light and turn it dark ... which one has more Power: White or Black? It is debatable I suppose.
RED is also a power color - as is purple actually...lol..
haven't seen many of those strolling down wall street...haha
Hey Mr Happy, you obviously don't know Richie DOOM, who will bring darkness into any room, ha, ha.
White has much more power because it can and does reflect, where as black only consumes.
Good to see You Mr. Gareth! : ) No, I do not know Richie DOOM. And I don't know much about colours either - my answer came from a spiritual train of thought mixed in with some philosophy. Thank You for your answer. Cheers! : )
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Tom Ware says
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Yes, hiding the sins.
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Doctors wear white ... why? So, we can see the blood on them easier?
Butchers wear white as well, so you can see the blood on them but only in the shop, this is so you have to wash your white suit regularly to keep it clean and it give the impression of cleanness.
Again it's all kidology, the power of images.
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Neil Sperling says
So, only dye which turns the fabric into dark colours exists for making business suits?
You could have even answered: because that is how our eyes perceive the suits, or colour. The answer is lacking ...
In that case I guess darker dyes used for early dark clothing were produced from materials that were on hand such as berries or maybe ash or soot. Their uses could have been for religious or military reason.
LOL - so you think my answer is lacking. okay - I will modify it to
Why on earth is this answer considered negative and blocked?
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