We think of color as a fundamental quality of the world around us. But in the outside world, color doesn’t actually exist. When electromagnetic radiation hits an object, some of it bounces off and is captured by our eyes. We can distinguish between millions of combinations of wavelengths – but it is only inside our heads that any of this becomes color. Color is an interpretation of wavelengths, one that only exists internally.
Your reply would be really appreciated for following inquiries;
1. While I think the underlined ‘one’ above refers to ‘color’, do you agree?
2. If so, I wonder if the pronoun ‘one’ could be used to refer to the abstract noun – color.