Quadruple Rainbow

October 7, 2011 by staff 

Quadruple RainbowQuadruple Rainbow, So this is crazy. A rainbow chaser fans (not to be confused with a professional rainbow chaser, I guess) has caught on camera first quadruple rainbow. Rainbow Quad, you say? Yes, I say. The hunter was looking for a triple, a phenomenon so rare that it has recorded only five times in the last 250 years, but this rainbow casually fourth order and take a picture. Now scientists and nerds are losing their minds time. Here’s where it gets super annoying.

1.5 I only see a rainbow in his image and I’m starting to think that this quadruple rainbow is a total scam.

Am I right? It is a kind of optical illusion that can only be seen hippies? After staring for a while, and seeing only one and one half the rainbow, put on my Birkenstocks, separated from my long hair in the middle, and tried to look at the photo again. No dice. Then I tried to focus my eyes, as we all learned how to do it in the 90′s, when those damn posters Magic eyes were not yet fashionable and saw four rainbows. Angry.

Apparently I’m not the only one with this problem. Rainbow researchers acknowledge that, yes, you can only see two rainbows in the picture, but I swear that the third and fourth rainbow are there, only, uh, you can not see, because, uh, who are in on the other side of the sun, uh, some other load of BS.

What the researchers of the rainbow, whatever. The man who shot this elusive “quadruple rainbow” says it was as exciting as discovering a new species, and while I’m happy for the guy, I’d like to make an announcement of my own show I found a mouse four times head in my apartment but you can only see 1.5 of their heads in the photo. This was after I dropped some acid, however, and began to see four of everything. What! How else am I supposed to see quadruple rainbows?

Sigh. I wish I could see it. Is that so bad? Rainbow is the first four being seen outside of a lab that views on higher elevations, so it is a small piece of history. It looks very good. Hey. You know who else might think this is really awesome? The “double rainbow” guy. I bet I could see the four arches clear as day in the picture. There could be an aneurysm, however, so perhaps this finding should have between you and me. That, and the acid. OK cool. Good conversation.

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