In terms of visibility of the wavelength yes but the power also goes into it https://docs.lambdawave.eu/tools/relative_brightness_calculator.htmlIsnt brightness relative? In those terms wouldnt green be winning?
Maybe pedantic, but I disagree with the first statement. Depending on the light absorbed by the object, some things might burn easier with a green laser and others better with a blue laser. There's still no general way to answer the question, but if the ultimate goal is to burn, for example, grass (for whatever reason), then maybe it'd be more obvious which color would burn better.Color has little to do with burning ability, that’s more to do with power density, beam profile, and optics. And distance is again about optics (and brightness). All lasers diverge/fade eventually but you can minimize it with something like a beam expander and the right lens. Try reading some more threads on here or researching, asking if green or blue is better is an understandable beginner question but it goes a lot deeper than that