Could colors have sound?
.Ultraviolet can have a frequency and so can Infrared. Sound at one end and light at the other, can they exist simultaneously?
A Musical Symphony has Colour ... in the Physical Sense of Musically expressed "Sentiments" ... felt as, Audible Vibrations, of varying Intensity.
Similarly, Colour has Sound, in the Physically Sensed, Photonic Vibrations ... these are "Emotional Stimulation" of varying Intensities.
Both, Sound and Colours, are Distinct Human Awarenesses ... one has to do with the Audio-Optical and the other, with Audio-Sensual Sensing of the Phenomenon.
Sound and Colour can be "Physically Measured" in the "Relative Sense" ... Though, in the present Sense, the Ultra-Violet Radiations related Vibrations will require to be Redefined, as the "Ante-Violet" Sense.
In "The Law" Governing Natural phenomena, both Light and Sound are Composed of Distinct set of Vibrations that makes them Unique.
Only if you have synesthesia. Haha. The frequencies of a wave of light determine its color just as the frequency of a sound determines its pitch. They are both measured in Hz, which are represented by the number of wave cycles per second. In light, the waves are electromagnetic waves. Sound waves are not the same.
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