The eyes is not an antenna. The color, Yes it exist.

That's a philosophical question. I don't know the answer.
The eye collects light rays and produces data about them, which is electrically sent to the brain.
I can't see how you can argue from that to the existence of colour.
How do you know that it isn't something imagined by the brain in response to the stimulus sent to it from the eyes?.

Have proven what in the eye there are energy because the photons is energy, but is not tested that in the eye there are waves of color.

A retina does not move waves. It has not been proven...

Very affectionately,
Victor Elias Espinoza Guedez

Yes, you are correct.
No-one has disagreed with your point of view since about 1890.
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