"New" colours possible?

Bernard bvbooth at yahoo.comBUTNOTTHISBIT
Wed Oct 31 13:30:56 EST 2001


"Wordsmith" <wordsmith at rocketmail.com> wrote in message
news:cddcc385.0110311016.46a0e76c at posting.google.com...
> There's a gender factor also.  I've heard it said men are much more prone
to
> color-blindness than women.  Is this a fable or is there meat on the bone?
>
> Wordsmith :)

it's true, there's a genetic form of red-green blindness that only occurs on
the Y chromesome, so only males get it...

B.





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