Thursday, 13 December 2012

The Wonderful World of Colours

Joel Kontinen

Why do we see the world in many colours? IF evolution were true, one would expect that a few basic colours would have been adequate for natural selection. Our species might have evaded extinction even if our forefathers had lived in a grayish black world.
The world around us looks like a Great Artist had designed it. It seems that He appreciates beauty and wants us to enjoy looking at His multi-coloured works that we see in nature.

Great human artists actually only copy that what they see in creation.