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Hi, I am Ahsley,an I wanted to ask you that are real scientists this question. Why is it that people say do not wear black in summer? Please reply back, it is for my science experiment and I am putting all my effort to at least get second place, thank you.
Answer 1:

The reason is that black objects (clothing in this case)absorb all wavelengths of light and converts them into heat.

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