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Topic: What is the curve of the rainbow?
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mensanator

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Re: What is the curve of the rainbow?
Posted: Feb 21, 2012 7:55 PM
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On Feb 21, 2:58 pm, "microm2...@hotmail.com" <microm2...@hotmail.com>
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> On Feb 20, 11:21 pm, Mensanator <mensana...@aol.com> wrote:
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> > On Feb 19, 8:11 pm, "microm2...@hotmail.com" <microm2...@hotmail.com>
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> > > On Feb 19, 5:39 pm, Mensanator <mensana...@aol.com> wrote:
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> > > > On Feb 19, 5:15 pm, "microm2...@hotmail.com" <microm2...@hotmail.com>
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> > > > > How does it form and why does it not fall in the process....
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> > > > What makes you think it doesn't fall?
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> > > Please provide the evidence that they do...
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> > Last time I was out amongst the raindrops, I got wet. Not because they
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> > but because they fell to Earth. Duh.

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> > > This is the point of your stupidity....
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> > Me stupid?
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> That is what I am saying....
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> > I'm not the one who doesn't understand how rainbows work.
> > Duh.

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> Of course not. Because nobody can make science work with the
> rainbow...


Huh? Try looking up "rainbow" on Wikipedia. Science seems just fine to
me.



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