I think your question is sincere, but we will not know if there are any bandwidth of light that are undiscovered until we discover them. I am not a scientist, but my guess is that the bands of light we have discovered are the basic bands that perhaps can be divided into sub-bands. Again this is only speculation on my part. If there were additional bands of light, it could have a significant impact on many things.
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