Utterly OT: origin of a phrase?

Irina Rempt irina at valdyas.org
Wed Jun 15 15:13:22 EDT 2005

On Wednesday 15 June 2005 20:40, Colin Fine wrote:

> The idea surfaces also in David Lindsay's "A Voyage to Arcturus",
> where there are two more primary colours, 'jale' and 'ulfire' (IIRC).
> I think there are two sets of primary colours, and red is in both
> sets.

And in a Star Trek novel I forget the title of, possibly by Diane Duane, 
in which the Klingons don't see red but do see two distinct colours in 
what we call ultraviolet: amarklor and kalish.


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