I read that Infra red waves that are absorbed are emitted by objects. And that makes sense. But then I read that it apparently works differently in the visible light spectrum, i.e. the visible light colors we see are only those that that aren’t absorbed, i.e. they’re only the ones that are reflected off the surface of an object. So if red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet color waves reach an object that’s painted red, the red is reflected off the object, and all the other colors are absorbed. Wouldn’t that violate the laws of conservation? Isn’t that energy? If it’s energy, how could it keep going in there and never come back out?