Hello. I am in a black hole here. I've did a bit of research on my own on colors and here's what i've found, briefly. Objects reflect and absorb different wavelengths and that determines their color. So, an apple is red, because it reflects more red from the spectrum and absorbs more wavelengths right and left from the red ranges. Then, gray objects reflect all wavelengths of light equally. White objects are simply lighter gray objects and also reflect all wavelengths of light equally but more of it. Black objects are darker grays who also are neutral and reflect all wavelengths equally, but in lesser amounts, where very dark objects appear black to us, but in reality they still reflect tiny amounts of light which we can't perceive, but it's still equal in all wavelengths. So to some it up, when talking in physics language, gray (and its extremes in white and black) are NOT to be considered colors. Where in the arts world, where black and white and the inbetweens used additively to affect the other colors, are considered colors equal to the rest of the spectrum? I seek the truth and explanations. Thanks.