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RandomGirl00, so glad to see you back :)
Here's a very fun and informative video for you:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yrZpTHBEss

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That is a fun one Cj!
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I love it! I love that channel. That guy is such a fun teacher, and I truly hope that is what he does for a living!
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Yep, I subscribe to Vsauce also, he is good! Reminds me of my High School Physics teacher, I wasn't great at Math, but he made things so interesting I fought through learning the Math just to do the experiments! Now that's good teaching! LoL..
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like chrome i guess
but a mirror has no color since it shows reflections

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Watch the video I posted, It does have a color :)
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Since a mirror reflects every color Shouldn't it be every color?
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thanks CJ for the science lesson... lol
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Anytime :)
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A mirror reflects every color. therefore it can be considered every color

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thereforefore it can be considered white (a mix of every color).
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It's reflection so what ever its reflecting.

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thats a good question

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no colour

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This a good question.Mirrors were originally created by placing a transparent, greenish glass over a reflective silver backing, which is still usually visible at the edges. This is why mirrors are often perceived as silver.However, strictly speaking a mirror has no colour at all. Because colours are created by the light that bounces off an object ? if it looks red, that?s because red is the main colour not being absorbed.
A mirror, however, is designed to reflect everything and, with no colours absorbed at all, by definition, it has no intrinsic colour of its own.

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Its transparent......colourless

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It's a tint of green

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what Xsilem said.

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