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ah. the ganzfeld effect. i think this has a lot to do with what happens when you stare at a white spot on a black piece of paper until it starts to look weird and "feel" weird, then look at something white, and see a black spot. the same color and brightness, the same image... on your retinas for an extended period of time, makes you unable to distinguish colors from one another, because you can't compare one color to another, it's just the same constant image. ever focused on one particular point of something until colors begin to be distorted and the picture kinda "fizzles" ... or something? or when a dark sky just looks plain "grey" but when compared to another color such as green leaves it suddenly has a very vague purple or pink or whatever look. colors are defined by specific wavelengths, but when you don't have something to compare one color to it might as well not be a color. it's probably the exact same thing, except your entire field of vision is the same color, so you start to hallucinate images that aren't there... like what happens in a truly pitch black room.... a windowless cabin out in the woods during a moonless night..etc
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