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Re: Blue Sky.

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Posted by Alexander on February 1, 2001 21:02:45 UTC

Of course, the sky is blue. Take a spectrometer, and it shows .5 micron whether there are humans around, aliens, or God(s), or noone. And almost everybody knows why the sky is blue (Rayley scattering on air density fluctuations), and why the wavelength of a blue photon does not depend on what meter stick you (or aliens, or noone) use to measure it.

So it is quite naive to argue with mathematical laws, especially without much of the knowledge about the subject (laws).

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