Personal Development Quizzes

Can You Actually See All The Colors?

Steven Aitchison
Written by Steven Aitchison

Researchers from Arizona State University in Tempe have determined there is a gene that allows us to see the color red. That gene sits in the X chromosome and since the women have to X chromosomes, they are better at differentiating between the red-orange color spectrum.

And speaking of orange did you know that if you drink your chocolate in an orange cup it will taste better? But do not forget, colors don’t exist, they are all in your head! Actually, they are just results when our brains try to make sense of  signals it receives from the outside world.

colorTake just now this quick and fun quiz to find out if you can actually see ale the colors!

Can You Actually See All The Colors?

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Steven Aitchison

Steven Aitchison

Creator of Your Digital Formula | Co-Creator of GuidedMind | Creator of The Magic | Creator of Positive Life Affirmations and Author of 3 million likes on Facebook