A noted British Prime Minister was mystified as to why the color blue was never refered to in ancient Greek writing. Further explorations have revealed an absence of the mention of the color blue in writing from many other ancient cultures. It was as if the color did not exist. It transpires that this could indeed be the explaination.
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