The Obama Connection
Bury me right!
The Irish Empire
The question is, of course, “Why is the sky blue?”.
The answer is because the eye is most sensitive to the colours blue and reddy purply stuff, The molecules in our air scatter the bluey molecules quicker than the reddy purply stuff.
So, in the day and without clouds, the sky looks blue as the sun is close to you at the time and reddish in the morning and evening because the light must travel further to get to you and the more of the bluey light has been scattered.
Until Tyndall people thought it was because it was dustier in the evening.
Up the Pole(s)
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