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Old May 5th, 2012, 07:37 AM   #51
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I have since discovered how to vocalize the above color system:

With such a system you can now have a conversation about color with your blind friend or spouse.

APPLYING COLOR TO SOUND OR SPEECH

With such a system one could then use sound to aide in understanding color. The emotion level could be assigned a pitch and the symbols in the color code a letter. For example, Red !!)XXXXXXXX could be a high pitched X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X sound and Purple Magenta !)XXX///// could be a mix of pitches like X-X-X-M-M-M-M-M sound. Warm Gray )>><<\\\\ could be U-U-O-O-L-L-L-L. Thus, you could explain a color orally as the following:

Red = !!)XXXXXXXX
Scarlet Red = !!)XXXXXXXM
Scarlet = !!)XXXXXXMM
Crimson =!!)XXXXXMMM
Magenta = !)XXXXMMMM
Purple Magenta = !)XXXMMMMM
Purple = )XXMMMMMM
Purple Violet = )XXMMMMMMM
Blue Violet = •)XMMMMMMM
Blue = ••)MMMMMMMM
Bluish Cyan = ••)MMMMMMMI
Cyan Blue = ••)MMMMMMII
Greenish Cyan = •)MMMMMIII
Turquoise = •)MMMMIIII
Bluish Green = •)MMMMIIII
Green = •)IIIIIIII
Sap Green = •)IIIIIIEE
Yellow Green = •)IIIIEEE
Lemon Yellow = •)IIIEEEEE
Yellow = )EEEEEEEE
Orange Yellow = !)EEEEEEEX
Orange = !)EEEEEEXX
Orange Red = !)EEEEEXXX
Black = )UUUUUUUU
White = )OOOOOOOO
Neutral Gray = )UUUUOOOO
Warm Gray = )UUOOLL
Cool Gray = )UUOOAA
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Old May 11th, 2012, 05:38 AM   #53

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Today I learned how the Russian revolution affects modern society.
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Tody I learned that the expression 'cloud-cuckoo land' comes for a classical Greek play.
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Old May 11th, 2012, 01:45 PM   #55
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Today I learned about biblical era Jewish History.
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A Roman scabbard is called a Vagina. Oh, those witty Romans
... how romantic.
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Today I learned about biblical era Jewish History.
That's good stuff, man
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I learned that stigma was the Roman word for tattoo, and to be stigmatized was to be tattooed.

Thanks, Clemmie.
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Today I learned how the Russian revolution affects modern society.
I took a course on world's major revolutions and the Russian one was included.
Taking the course really knocked off a layer of rudimentary knowledge about
what I knew and now what I know. I learned a lot.
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