As I sat in the dimly lit classroom, our teacher rambling on about orbital trajectory, his words tracing perfect parabolas but never going anywhere. I can’t help but look out the window. But what colour should it be?
I know the sky is blue because of the refraction of light as it travels through the atmosphere; but what is the colour outside of that? What colour is “nothingness”?
It’s tempting to think that it’s black, but the reason that anything is black is because it absorbs most light that hits it.
Light travels through nothingness at the speed of light; when will it end?
A long time ago, before your parents existed (a very long time ago), there was a creator of this universe. God made the stars, animals, water, and most important of all, chocolate! Delicious! But what colour should it be? For something so significant, you need to make sure you get it spot on. This is a massive question that Einstein, Hawking and even I couldn’t solve! But God made his choice, and he chose brown! Boring brown! It could’ve been blue, green, pink or even yellow! But like everyone, God makes mistakes. Even if they are as ridiculous as this.
It’s Jacky’s Birthday on Sunday and Jacky is coming to my house, and it’s going be really fun. I decorated my house and bought a bunch of balloons for the decoration. I went to the store to buy a jumper for his birthday gift. There’s four colours of the jumper. The colours are blue, dark red, white and black. But what colour should it be? Which one is his favourite one? I don’t want to ask Jacky because I want to surprise him on his birthday. I think he would like dark red, so hope my friend will like it.