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Turqiouse. Green or Blue?  

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  1. 1. Would you say that turqouise was green or blue?

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My Dad is adament that it's more of a greeny colour... I am adament that it's not. Discuss! :lol:

(Sorry if this doesn't work... It's my first attempt at a poll!)


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Sometimes it looks a little green to me. But, for the most part, I say BLUE and that's how I voted.


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My Dad is adament that it's more of a greeny colour... I am adament that it's not. Discuss! :lol:

(Sorry if this doesn't work... It's my first attempt at a poll!)

It is definitely blue and I am NEVER wrong! Just ask my husband. :yes:

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My Dad is adament that it's more of a greeny colour... I am adament that it's not. Discuss! :lol:

(Sorry if this doesn't work... It's my first attempt at a poll!)

It actually varies depending on the exact makeup of the stone. Some are more green, others are more blue.

332px-Turquoise-slab.jpg

Edited by Dan + Gemvita

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I'd say it's like a greenish blue, or maybe a bluish green.

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Life's just a crazy ride on a run away train

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So make it count, hold on tight find a way to make it right

You only get one trip

So make it good, make it last 'cause it all flies by so fast

You only get one trip

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I have heard the colour called a shade of blue but never as a shade of green. I would say it has to be closer to blue, as it is the nearest primary colour.


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My Dad is adament that it's more of a greeny colour... I am adament that it's not. Discuss! :lol:

(Sorry if this doesn't work... It's my first attempt at a poll!)

It actually varies depending on the exact makeup of the stone. Some are more green, others are more blue.

332px-Turquoise-slab.jpg

You beat me to it.

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I'd say it's like a greenish blue, or maybe a bluish green.

Are you a politician?

Do you like politicians?

Not especially. Although our local alderman is pretty hot!


Life's just a crazy ride on a run away train

You can't go back for what you've missed

So make it count, hold on tight find a way to make it right

You only get one trip

So make it good, make it last 'cause it all flies by so fast

You only get one trip

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I'd say it's like a greenish blue, or maybe a bluish green.

:lol:

Yes, my Dad said something along those lines... :P


Our K1 Journey

November 5th 2005 - ♥ Tash & Chris met ♥

June 11th 2007 - We posted the I129F :D

June 19th 2007 - USCIS received date

June 22nd 2007 - NOA1 received

November 16th 2007 - NOA2 - 156 days from filing

November 24th 2007 - Hard copy of NOA2 received

December 15th 2007 - Packet 3 received

January 18th 2008 - Packet 3 returned

February 13th 2008 - Packet 4 received

March 4th 2008 - Medical @ 1.00pm

March 5th 2008 - INTERVIEW @ 10.00am - APPROVED!!

March 11th 2008 - Visa received!

April 30th 2008 - Flying home at last!!!!! (POE: Dulles - Washington DC)

July 12th 2008 - Wedding date!

Now for AOS!

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Did you know the universe is turquoise?

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn1775...stronomers.html

(I think it looks green)

(what's the difference between turquoise and aquamarine?)

Edited by Jenn!

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Well... I just found this too... :unsure:

Is Turquoise More of a Green or Blue Colour? May 1st 2007 07:36

Traditionally used to describe an ancient colour gem stone meant to symbolise good fortune. While at the same seals one protection when worn and ensure the well-being of its wearer. Interestingly enough the gem-stone itself is scientifically claimed to be copper aluminium phosphate the colour is a result of a combined blue coming from the copper and green from the iron. However it said that the colour Turquoise is always has combined greenish or blueish tone. This is the very isue being raised whether Turquoise is really more or green or blue shade. Is this why it defined as in-between colour for its greenish quality yet blue trait. As on the colour spetrum scale the blue and green are right next to eachother whereby the Turquoise is located. Maybe the answer lies in the meaning and feeling behind the colour blue and green. Blue with its 'tranquil and peaceful' apeal while green with it similarily 'calming' effect. Now dont these words seem to sound very much the same and mean the same thing including having the same feeling and tone to them.

http://www.orble.com/is-turquoise-more-of-...or-blue-colour/


Our K1 Journey

November 5th 2005 - ♥ Tash & Chris met ♥

June 11th 2007 - We posted the I129F :D

June 19th 2007 - USCIS received date

June 22nd 2007 - NOA1 received

November 16th 2007 - NOA2 - 156 days from filing

November 24th 2007 - Hard copy of NOA2 received

December 15th 2007 - Packet 3 received

January 18th 2008 - Packet 3 returned

February 13th 2008 - Packet 4 received

March 4th 2008 - Medical @ 1.00pm

March 5th 2008 - INTERVIEW @ 10.00am - APPROVED!!

March 11th 2008 - Visa received!

April 30th 2008 - Flying home at last!!!!! (POE: Dulles - Washington DC)

July 12th 2008 - Wedding date!

Now for AOS!

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