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...how would you explain a rainbow?

Checkmate atheists. :cool:
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A rainbow is produced when a unicorn farts. Didn't you learn this in GCSE science?
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It's science not godly...

In chess, your king is dead
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(Original post by Cherub012)
...how would you explain a rainbow?

Checkmate atheists. :cool:
If you seriously can't answer this question you need to go back to kindergarten.
P.S. God doesn't exist
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If you seriously can't answer this question you need to go back to kinder garden.
P.S. God doesnt exist
*kindergarten
*doesn't
Who needs to go to kindergarten now?
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It's caused by the refraction of raindrops where white light from the Sun is split up into 7 different colours. Rainbows are always formed directly opposite of the sun assuming it was caused by sunlight rather than artificial light which it occasionally does.

If you start going towards a rainbow, it starts to disappear until you get to an area where there are no water droplets to refract from. At this point, the rainbow fails to exist.

It's a bit like trying to get to your so called God who also fails to exist.
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*kindergarten
*doesn't
Who needs to go to kindergarten now?
ooooh... you slayed him
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It's science not godly...

In chess, your king is dead
idk what you smoke but the king never dies in chess?
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*kindergarten
*doesn't
who neds 2go too kinder garden nOW?
Oh 8w, eye nedd tho goal
How dare you change my words in my quote?
#well played
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How dare you change my words in my quote?
#well played
B*tch you just edited them now
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A rainbow is produced when a unicorn farts. Didn't you learn this in GCSE science?
Mate it's much more complex than that. You must have done GCSE foundation science
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I like you
Aw thanks *pets on head*
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A rainbow is produced when a unicorn farts. Didn't you learn this in GCSE science?
But who created the unicorn? :cool:

You think I'm an idiot? Of course I learned it.
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If you seriously can't answer this question you need to go back to kindergarten.
P.S. God doesn't exist
What do you mean "go back"? :confused:

I've never lived in the ****ing US.
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...how would you explain a rainbow?

Checkmate atheists. :cool:
.........better than you can explain God.
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It's caused by the refraction of raindrops where white light from the Sun is split up into 7 different colours.
Pshhhh. Don't be ridiculous. :cool:
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(Original post by 152mmOfDerp)
It's caused by the refraction of raindrops where white light from the Sun is split up into 7 different colours. Rainbows are always formed directly opposite of the sun assuming it was caused by sunlight rather than artificial light which it occasionally does.

If you start going towards a rainbow, it starts to disappear until you get to an area where there are no water droplets to refract from. At this point, the rainbow fails to exist.

It's a bit like trying to get to your so called God who also fails to exist.
It's actually much more than 7


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Actually, the word checkmate comes from the Persian 'Shah Maht' meaning 'the king is dead'


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Actually, the word checkmate comes from the Persian 'Shah Maht' meaning 'the king is dead'


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It's actually much more than 7


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Well, I had to start at OP's level of intelligence. He couldn't comprehend the visible Electromagnetic Spectrum.
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