I know this may seem like a strange question to be asking, but something has been
bugging me lately. Last year in grade 10, we were talking about how our eyesight
works in science. We learned that coloured objects appear that colour because they absorb
all colours of light, except they reflect the one colour they don't absorb.
The object is the colour of light it reflects. Black absorbs all colours of light.
Are our pupils black so they can absorb all colours of light?
And if they were another colour, say, blue, would we not be able to see that colour because
our eyes couldn't absorb it?
Hopefully this makes a little sense!