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, Galileo wrote: "If living creature were removed, [tastes, odors, and colors] would be wiped away and annihilated." Galileo is suggesting that if there weren't any animals or people with senses such as tasting, smelling and seeing, then there would be no such thing as tastes, odors, or colors. These properties or qualities are wholly dependent on there being creatures to perceive them. 

"Do you agree with Galileo that if living creatures (animals and people) were removed, then there would be no tastes, odors, and colors? Why or why not? 

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