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How To Engineer Up Invisible and Visible Rainbows

by Larry Chiang on September 30, 2016

By Larry Chiang
Stuff never really dies- The energy state changes. 
First of all water is a universal conductor. It conducts electricity, thoughts and small electrical currents between your ears. Water also bends light and breaks down sunlight (or nearly any light) into spectrums. 
There are rainbows everywhere, all the time. 
“Every where there is light and water, there is a rainbow.”
-Mrs Aspinall. AP chemistry. NCHS. 
See these great rainbow pictures taken on some mobile phones at Laurel Valley Golf Course  9/29/16 by @dsteiny026 and @MattWano 

@MattWano took this:


Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell)
A perfect rainbow appears over the Arnold Palmer statue at the Laurel Valley Golf Course in Ligonier, Pa. today (📷 by @dsteiny026)

I love water and am happy there is a lot of it here. 

I hope you think about how there is a rainbow everywhere the next time you drink an Arnold Palmer at Evvia in Palo Alto
I like Evvia. 

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