I was just thinking: Black isn’t black. The black we know absorb just like 90% of all the light spectrum but still, it reflect some tiny tiny little spectrum, otherwise we wouldn’t be able to see it. But imagine if scientists invent a material like Carbon nano-cells that will absorb nearly 100% of light. We wouldn’t be able to see it since our eye receptros wouldn’t register any stimulus and our brain won’t be able to make a picture. Well i hope everyone understand that but here comes the mindfuck. Well, we won’t be able to see it it will be like invisible, but when something is colorless we can see through it but what the fuck will happen if some material absorb nearly 100% of light. We won’t see it, neither will we see things behind it. What the fuck will we see at that place?