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Re: Biopsychosocial vs Biological Reductionism Estella

Posted by SLS on September 4, 2006, at 6:18:31

In reply to Re: Biopsychosocial vs Biological Reductionism SLS, posted by Estella on September 3, 2006, at 22:50:41

> > I think the colors follow the colors of the visible spectrum from blue to red...
> Yeah.
> > as cold to hot; inactive to active; sparse to dense.
> Though finelinebob was saying that the colour spectrum is inverted from how it is in physics (red should be low activity because it is... low frequency?)

cold as blue glacial ice = low energy (temperature)

hot as red glowing metal = high energy (temperature)

We have blue to signify cold water and red to signify hot. I don't know if these color associations are somehow intuitive or simply taught culturally. Fire is rarely blue, but very often yellow, orange, and red. It is interesting that radiant heat is conveyed in the infrared region of the spectrum. The decision to design the computer program to essentially "reverse" the spectral portrayal of energies in is interesting. It works sort of like a weather map.

- Scott




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