Black light can pose a hazard to the eyes and the skin. Black light is, after all, light at the violet end of the spectrum and it has ultraviolet components. UV light is higher energy light and can be damaging. Get the straight dope by reading the Wikipedia article. The link is below.
You would see black, black is the absence of light.
Black absorbs light better, that's why it looks black. White absorbs no light, but reflects it; that's why it looks white in white light. The only thing that the color black absorbs is heat that why if you would put a black towel and a white towel the black would would be hotter.
It would be light black.
I think a Brown or black or red sofa would look best with light cherry and black.
New batteries would make a black light poster work. Replacing the light might also make a black light poster work. Black light poster could also be broken.
Light can harm a person and his or her properties including the environment by changing the color or bleaching properties. Light can harm you by changing sleep patterns.
Black, because the blue light would be absorbed into the object's pigment and as there is no green light to reflect, the object would appear black.
No, to be pink it would have to emit light and no light can escape a black hole's event horizon.
Perfect black would be the inability for any light at all to reflect off the surface. A black hole is black because light cannot escape the gravitational pull.
yes you can swallow black watermelon seeds but why would you. its like gum it can't harm you but its not good for your stomace
in my opinion i think the light rays would not be absorbed but instead blocked this is why black is not transparent.
that depends on the frequency of the rays of light.
It would be black becasue the object would absorb all the red light, and there would be no green light for it to reflect
Black Technically speaking, an object that does not reflect any light whatsoever is not black, it is invisible. A black hole for example is not actually black. It would appear black to the observer but only because the rest of space is black. If you were standing next to one you would not be able to visually discern it was there (of course, you would get sucked in, which would negate the whole point!)black
you would get a lighter shade of black.
in blue light a apple is black !
It would be black becasue the object would absorb all the rblue light, and there would be no red light for it to reflect
all colors except red will appear black in red light
the tomato would appear black.
Black holes are invisible to the visible light spectrum and many others because their gravity is so strong it pulls in even light. So in theory yes. But a human body is FAR too light to ever form a black hole. However, if you define visibility as human perception of it, while we never see light from a black hole, we would notice the absence of light in an area, so even if it were possible to turn your body into a black hole, no one would see you, but the would see a black gap in space where you should be...
You can never see a black hole. Never. This is because the gravitational pull of the black hole is so strong that nothing, not even light can escape from it, therefore the light from a black hole would not be able to reach your eyes.What you would see is a big black patch of distorted light in the middle of space.
Well, wearing black shoes with a navy blazer would do no harm, but my favorite combination would be, beige shoes or red ones, with the same navy blazer.
It would not accelerate because it does not go straight in.As it turns out ,nothing does.Everything that goes in spirals in , like water going down a drain. If space time is the tub or sink ,the black hole is the drain and the matter (in this case light)is the water,the water spirales in.It would look to an outside observer like the light is turning red. This is because it decelerates.If light sped up it would be able to escape the black hole and we would see the black hole and it would not be a black hole.