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Ummm … Red is not Pink

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  • tamasha August 20, 2007, 5:19 PM

    Some Chinese people were included in the study along with native Britons, to get evidence that the results were true in more than one ethnic group

    Is it just me, or did that make you laugh?

    Also, I love the woman who says, “It might be a cultural thing.”

  • Maitri August 20, 2007, 5:42 PM

    Yes, because some Chinese people are indicative of all global ethnicity. And, Chinese people from where? China or England? This study leaves a lot out in the way of nurture and cultural adaptation.

  • liprap August 20, 2007, 10:05 PM

    “In more formal terms, females in the study showed a preference for the reddish side of the red-green axis of colors, while males didn’t.”

    Uhhh, any one of those IDIOTS stop to consider that more men than women are colorblind, and they may have devised a new way of finding that out? They are also going in with the preconceived notion that color has gender. Our associations give color gender.

    It’s no wonder some folks these days are considering the sciences to be as mysterious as the Bible, the Koran, and all other sacred texts on which most world religions are based. With “scientists” like the ones in this idiot study, who needs right-wingers and fundamentalists?

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