So why the waves are white?
The glass is even transparent, colorless, the pieces of glass after the cup are broken are still transparent, but when we sweep them together, they become a white pile. Furthermore the more the glass was shattered, the more white the heap was heaped over. If the glass is broken into glass beads (like powder) it will look like a pile of snow.
Waves: Sea waves are broken glass particles, making the rays of light dim, creating a white color when viewed. Why is that?
Actually, glass can penetrate sunlight and can also reflect back, glass is piled up, so when the light shines, there are many refractions in addition to reflection, and light rays after Through many times optical philosophy will refract or scatter out in different directions. The eyes we encounter this light will have a white feeling.
Waves are broken glass particles that similarly make the rays of light dim, creating white when viewed. That is why the sea is blue and the waves are white.
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