Vol. 4, Issue 4 (2019)
The seven primary colors: Rainbow hypothesis
Author(s): Ismael Tabuñar Fortunado
Abstract: Colors had been with us since the beginning of time. Through the years, white, black, colorless and light has been questioned in an open mind. Where does it come from, why is it not included in the primary colors, how to make white, black, colorless and light from the three primary known colors? This is a revision for the primary known colors. The seven basic components of a color may contain red, blue, yellow, white, black, colorless and light. This research also shows secondary and tertiary colors. This is for educational purpose that may lead to other discoveries.