The mnemonic Roy G. Biv is the name of an imaginary person with the initials RGB, which recalls “red, green, blue” which are the names of the light primaries, also known as the primary colors, I noticed. This is in addition to its well-known function of recalling the classic seven colors of the rainbow “red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet”.

I published the ideas of this article about two weeks ago but I can’t find my way back to that account, and so I am republishing it here.

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I don't like editing articles after I've posted them, but I had a thought, and so I'll add it as a comment. In an animation, you could show the microorganisms in the air with bright dots. Different flashing, dancing or pulsation patterns or rates (in unison) could show the different types of germ. You could have one dot per germ. Likewise the germs on surfaces. The density of covid virus in different situations, and how much of it you are inhaling or getting on your nose or eye via your hands could be clearly seen, for example. Also the rate they die off on different surfaces. Perhaps you could show the virulence of the particles using the size or speed of the dance, or perhaps by the brightness of the dot.

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Matthew Christopher Bartsh

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