Color is a language far more intricate than the names we give it.
Mix red and green paint and you get Hershey’s brown.
Mix red and green light and you get lemon yellow.
The rainbow is supposed to contain the full spectrum of color, so why does the rainbow have no magenta? We looked into that 8 years ago and found that Magenta is an utterly imaginary color. If the brain gave it a name, it would be, “The Absence of Green.”
Do you have time for a Flashback?