Hi, hope this is not too dumb: Is it possible to create paint or clothes whose color is outside of the visible range (of course, we need to then store them in receptacles within the visible range )? Is a substance/object's "natural color" (I guess this is the color in which it either appears in nature, or its "standard design color"--not sure how to define it ) related to the physical/chemical characteristics of the substance? I guess when an object's color is red, then it reflects every color other than red. I would think this property would be related to the internal composition of the substance So we then need to create an object that reflects all colors in the visible range? Thanks.