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4th Aug '16 7:45:03 PM Agemegos
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Throughout the universe, stars can be violet, blue, white, cream, yellow, orange, or red; this depends on their precise gas/metal content, with more gaseous stars being bluer. Ironically, however, the bluer stars are hotter than the redder stars, which can be confusing to people who associate red with hot and blue with cold!

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Throughout the universe, stars can be violet, blue, blue-white, white, cream, yellow, orange, or red; this depends on their precise gas/metal content, temperature, with more gaseous hotter stars being bluer. Ironically, however, the bluer stars are hotter than the redder stars, which This can be confusing to people who associate red with hot and blue with cold!
15th Jul '16 6:32:13 PM schoi30
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In RealLife, coconuts are green and turn brown when it's cut out of the pod and its second layer becomes dried.

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In RealLife, coconuts are green and turn green, only turning brown when it's cut out of the pod and its second layer becomes dried.
dries up.
15th Jul '16 6:31:28 PM schoi30
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In fiction, coconuts will usually be brown with a fuzzy surface. Even when they're still hanging from the tree.

In RealLife, coconuts are green and have a smooth surface, only turning brown and fuzzy when it's cut out of the pod and its second layer becomes dried.

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In fiction, coconuts will usually be brown with a fuzzy surface.brown. Even when they're still hanging from the tree.

In RealLife, coconuts are green and have a smooth surface, only turning turn brown and fuzzy when it's cut out of the pod and its second layer becomes dried.
23rd May '16 3:22:19 AM schoi30
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In fiction, coconuts will usually be brown with a fuzzy surface.

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In fiction, coconuts will usually be brown with a fuzzy surface. \n Even when they're still hanging from the tree.
23rd May '16 3:21:23 AM schoi30
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In fiction, coconuts will usually be brown with a fuzzy surface. In RealLife, coconuts are green and have a smooth surface, only turning brown and fuzzy when it's cut out of the pod and its second layer becomes dried.

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In fiction, coconuts will usually be brown with a fuzzy surface.

In RealLife, coconuts are green and have a smooth surface, only turning brown and fuzzy when it's cut out of the pod and its second layer becomes dried.
23rd May '16 3:20:23 AM schoi30
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'''[[AC:Brown Coconuts]]'''

In fiction, coconuts will usually be brown with a fuzzy surface. In RealLife, coconuts are green and have a smooth surface, only turning brown and fuzzy when it's cut out of the pod and its second layer becomes dried.
29th Jan '16 2:58:33 PM 10-13-2
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[[ScienceMarchesOn Back when it had it's planetary status]], Pluto was often depicted as blue. This most likely had to do with the cold nature of the stellar body, but was probably helped by being near the truly blue Uranus and Neptune. It wasn't until photos came back from New Horizons that Pluto was revealed to be brown. People on social media invoked this trope by (often jokingly) insisting the dwarf planet was blue.

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[[ScienceMarchesOn Back when it had it's its planetary status]], Pluto was often depicted as blue. This most likely had to do with the cold nature of the stellar body, but was probably helped by being near the truly blue Uranus and Neptune. It wasn't until photos came back from New Horizons that Pluto was revealed to be brown. People on social media invoked this trope by (often jokingly) insisting the dwarf planet was blue.



In RealLife stars can be pretty much any color, but the stars the naked eye can see in the night sky are white. In fiction, stars in the sky--especially those drawn as large, five-pointed "sticker" stars--are usually yellow to [[ColorContrast contrast the night sky's dark blue]].

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In RealLife stars can be pretty much any color, one of several colors (see below), but the stars the naked eye can see in the night sky are white. In fiction, stars in the sky--especially those drawn as large, five-pointed "sticker" stars--are usually yellow to [[ColorContrast contrast the night sky's dark blue]].


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Throughout the universe, stars can be violet, blue, white, cream, yellow, orange, or red; this depends on their precise gas/metal content, with more gaseous stars being bluer. Ironically, however, the bluer stars are hotter than the redder stars, which can be confusing to people who associate red with hot and blue with cold!
11th Dec '15 7:31:03 AM Jaysef
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Pluto, back when it had it's planetary status, was often depicted as blue. This most likely had to do with the cold nature of the stellar body, but was probably helped by being near blue Uranus and Neptune. It wasn't until photos came back from New Horizons that Pluto was revealed to be brown. People on social media invoked this trope by (often jokingly) insisting the dwarf planet was blue.

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Pluto, back [[ScienceMarchesOn Back when it had it's planetary status, status]], Pluto was often depicted as blue. This most likely had to do with the cold nature of the stellar body, but was probably helped by being near the truly blue Uranus and Neptune. It wasn't until photos came back from New Horizons that Pluto was revealed to be brown. People on social media invoked this trope by (often jokingly) insisting the dwarf planet was blue.
11th Dec '15 7:28:41 AM Jaysef
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'''[[AC:Blue Pluto]]'''

Pluto, back when it had it's planetary status, was often depicted as blue. This most likely had to do with the cold nature of the stellar body, but was probably helped by being near blue Uranus and Neptune. It wasn't until photos came back from New Horizons that Pluto was revealed to be brown. People on social media invoked this trope by (often jokingly) insisting the dwarf planet was blue.
18th Aug '15 5:24:19 PM ANTMuddle
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There are stereotyped object colors that are highly prevalent in fiction, but do not reflect RealLife color variations. They have become embedded in popular consciousness through sheer repetition, to the point that exceptions just seem ''odd''.

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There are stereotyped object colors that are highly prevalent in fiction, but do not reflect RealLife color variations. They have become embedded in popular consciousness through sheer repetition, and sometimes EditorialSynesthesia, to the point that exceptions just seem ''odd''.
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