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Whale Exhales Rainbow

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Whale Exhales Rainbow

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Date Date: Jun 17, 2012

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Comment Jordan | Jun 17, 2012

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Now lets see it exhale a double rainbow

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Comment Jun 17, 2012

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Gay whale parade?

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Comment GreenOctopus9 | Aug 14, 2012

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Eat the rainbow, film the rainbow. Skittles in new "whale" size packs.

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Comment Lauren | Jul 27, 2012

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So beautiful

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Comment o.0 | Jun 19, 2012

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Its obvioulsy a narwhale.

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Comment Alexthedude | Jun 18, 2012

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Originally posted by SCIENCE REASON | Jun 18, 2012

The light is first refracted entering the surface of the raindrop, reflected off the back of the drop, and again refracted as it leaves the drop. The overall effect is that the incoming light is reflected back over a wide range of angles, with the most intense light at an angle of 40â42°. The angle is independent of the size of the drop, but does depend on its refractive index. Seawater has a higher refractive index than rain water, so the radius of a "rainbow" in sea spray is smaller than a true rainbow. This is visible to the naked eye by a misalignment of these bows.

On some of these videos we could use a scientific explanation, but on others we average viewers might understand.

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Comment SCIENCE REASON | Jun 18, 2012

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The light is first refracted entering the surface of the raindrop, reflected off the back of the drop, and again refracted as it leaves the drop. The overall effect is that the incoming light is reflected back over a wide range of angles, with the most intense light at an angle of 40â42°. The angle is independent of the size of the drop, but does depend on its refractive index. Seawater has a higher refractive index than rain water, so the radius of a "rainbow" in sea spray is smaller than a true rainbow. This is visible to the naked eye by a misalignment of these bows.

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Comment Jun 18, 2012

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it can spit rainbows out, but can it poop them out like unicorns. I think not

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Comment dickierichards | Jun 17, 2012

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time to spot the gay whale...found him.

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Comment Jun 17, 2012

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Gay whale parade?

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Comment Jake | Jun 17, 2012

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Nyan animals are rising!

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Comment Jun 17, 2012

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Taste my rainbow! >:[

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