Anonymous said: Hi! Could you do a masterpost of In The Flesh please?
Of course!! I’m trying to get as many people as possible into the show, so it is my honour to do this for you!
- Series 1 Episode 1
- Series 1 Episode 2
- Series 1 Episode 3
- Series 2 Episode 1
- Series 2 Episode 2
- Series 2 Episode 3
- Series 2 Episode 4
- Series 2 Episode 5
- Series 2 Episode 6
please recommend to people because the show might be getting cancelled
Anonymous said: Do you have a favorite color? If so, what is it? (I apologize if this question already sent, I tried to ask it, however my computer's connection was bad, which made an error pop up, so I was unsure if it sent or not.)
I’m actually quite fond of magenta. Not for it’s appearance so much as it’s scientific properties.
You see, Magenta isn’t a real color—unlike other colors in the visible spectrum, it doesn’t have a wavelength. Other colors you see result from one of two things. Either you are seeing that specific wavelength, or you are seeing a couple different wavelengths that your brain averages together.
For a simplified version, let’s say that:
Infrared (NOT VISIBLE)
Red = 1
Orange = 2
Yellow = 3
Green = 4
Blue = 5
Violet = 6
Ultraviolet (NOT VISIBLE)
If you see light of wavelength 2, you see orange.
If you’re seeing the wavelengths 1 and 3 from the same source, your brain averages them to “2” so you still see orange.
If you see light of wavelength 4.5, you see blue-green.
If you see the wavelengths 5 and 4, your brain averages it to 4.5 so you still see blue green.
For most of the spectrum, this works quite well. Except when you’re seeing red wavelengths and violet wavelengths at the same time.
Your brain doesn’t actually know what to do with this information. If it averages it out, the resulting color is a shade of yellowish green, with clashes with what your brain “knows” about how color works. Because this average color doesn’t make sense to your brain, it instead INVENTS a color that it thinks makes more sense.
Magenta. A color that has no wavelength, and therefore does not technically exist in the visible spectrum.
does kieren say hes bi/pan at some point???