Things rarely are as simple as they seem. Life is not binary nor tertiary. It has many more shades than that. Many more colors exist.
How do we perceive color in the world and what is its importance? There seems to be no physiological construct to perceive color in our eye. Are we able to detect minute variation in frequency of light waves? And our brain says – wait a minute that photon was faster, or slower.
Some are color blind but what does that actually mean? Are we not all color blind to some degree?
The girl in the control booth says fade to black. Is that a color? Why not say fade to white?
An analog world of life has nuance. It is not binary nor tertiary. It is a rainbow.