"The ocean looks blue because red, orange and yellow (long wavelength light) are absorbed more strongly by water than is blue (short wavelength light). So when white light from the sun enters the ocean, it is mostly the blue that gets returned. Same reason the sky is blue." by: https://www.scientificamerican.com/arti … an-appear/
by Myn Is Me5 years ago
Why does a stick appear bent if part of it is immersed in water?
by khawfash8 years ago
For some time now, I've noticed that he drinks a lot more water than I'm used to seeing him drink, and sometimes he'll just lay around in front of his dish, only to drink more water before he either camps out again or...
by Goody55 years ago
What is this new - "Helpful Accolade", and why does it not appear with the other accolades?
by Wayne Tully6 years ago
Why does jesus appear in food?
by mintinfo5 years ago
Why does the ocean have salt water?Millions of years ago ocean water was not salty (no I wasn't there). Why does lakes and rivers have fresh water while the seas and oceans have salt water?
by Mike Pugh5 years ago
Why does life appear to be so complex at times and then so simple at other times?For instance our online virtual lifestyles, do we truly need them? and isn't the real world more important, nature and nurture? "All...
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