Brain Temperature and Animal Coloration

The hue-heat effect, interpreted as a universal preference for darker colors in hotter environments and brighter colors in colder environments, is the simplest explanation for the ecogeographical effect known as Gloger’s rule.

Richard Friese’s “Polar bear family.” Photo from WikiArt. Public domain.

“Consequently, the…

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Thermoaesthetics

Thermoaesthetics

A concept of aesthetic complexity based on universal animal preferences for mixtures of simple, more and less exciting physical and psychological opposites.