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The Sun is always at the back of your head/eyes with the rainbow directly in front of your eyes. Therefore the rainbow is always west (mornings), north (day) or east (afternoon) (for the northern hemisphere). Which means no two or more people can see the same rainbow!

Refracted or differentiated white or non-observable (undifferentiated) light from the sun into observable color and matter. [See White Light, Full Harmonic Chord]

Rainbow is Differentiated White Light

Differentiated White (not visible) Light into Visible Light

Just as the relationship of hypotenuse of face/base to centre of the Great Pyramid is Phi/1 (angle of face is 51.82729237). Which is the angle of incidence of the secondary rainbow often observed in the aftermath of large storms.

Primary Arc: 40° - 42°
Secondary Arc: 52° 15'

Rainbow
Double Rainbow

Circular Glory Rainbow
12 types of rainbows

See Also


Arch
Ark of the Covenant
Differentiation
Molecular Arch
Refraction
Snells Law
Transverse Wave

Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Monday June 15, 2020 04:49:16 MDT by Dale Pond.