The Mesmerizing Mathematical Physics of Rainbows

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Have you ever seen a rainbow? Until recently, I had looked at many rainbows but had never truly seen a rainbow.

In his writings on faith and logic, religious scholar Bediuzzaman Said Nursi maintained that looking and seeing are two different things. In his book, Words, he says,

“The eye is a window through which the spirit looks at

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