Okay, i'm not going to take the time to rewrite this. That took me about 10 minutes.

A bit of advice: Don't use the preview button.

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I could get more technical but then I'd have to pull out my friggin' book. I can't remember what the sizes were. But anyways, water particles suspended in the air bounce all light which is why clouds appear white. Red not getting through water is a totally different thing.
Great, I'm a nerd.

realism said:
the_13th_redneck said:
The sky is blue because small particles in the air deflect energy with the wavelength of red first. Especially water... notice that when you take a submarine down, or you go scuba diving, the first color that disappears from the colors you see is red. Which is why everything looks blue-ish greenish.

So there's the answer.

Jeez, you dont have to go technical.LoL