# Thread: If water isn't blue, why is the sea blue?

1. ## If water isn't blue, why is the sea blue?

I could be more stupid if I tried...

2. Originally Posted by Reav3R
I could be more stupid if I tried...
It's all about light absorption and minerals, and the reflection of the sky, or something like that

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4. The sea isn't completely 100% water, think about what's inside also among the sea water and about light reflection and refraction!

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6. ometimes the ocean appears other colors besides blue. For example, the Atlantic off the East Coast of the United States usually appears green. This is due to the presence of algae and plant life. The ocean may appear gray under a cloudy sky or brown when the water contains a lot of sediment, as when a river empties into the sea or after the water has been stirred up by a storm.

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8. Because you farted in it /eno

9. n₁Θ₁ = n₂Θ₂

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11. Originally Posted by rileyjstrickland
n₁Θ₁ = n₂Θ₂
n₁Θ₁ ≈ n₂Θ₂

you noob

12. Originally Posted by Reav3R

n₁Θ₁ ≈ n₂Θ₂

you noob
No one worries about the 150'th decimal place being rounded off.

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14. Originally Posted by rileyjstrickland
No one worries about the 150'th decimal place being rounded off.
That 150'th decimal sends a rocket to arse instead of Mars.

15. How can mirrors be real if our eyes aren't real?

16. Originally Posted by HalfBajan
How can mirrors be real if our eyes aren't real?
Shut the fuck up Jaden, no one liked After Earth.

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18. Just because.

19. Originally Posted by Reav3R

That 150'th decimal sends a rocket to arse instead of Mars.
Except light refraction has nothing to do with the angle that a rocket is flying at.

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21. Originally Posted by rileyjstrickland
Except light refraction has nothing to do with the angle that a rocket is flying at.
But if you ignore the 150'th decimal of light refraction, you do the same for rocket formulas.

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