No. The physics is based in the way light is scattered in the air, and it is discussed in the question, "Why is the sky blue?" That question is linked below. AnswerIf that were true, there wouldn't be any blue skies in Kansas. And there are!
Actually, the coloring in the sky that you observe is a result of light rays being scattered by air and anything in it. The rays of light with the longer wavelengths, such as reds and yellows, tend to travel more easily through the atmosphere, while the rays with the shorter wavelengths, like blues and indigos, tend to be dispersed more easily. These more easily dispersed shorter light rays are what give the sky its blue color.
The color emitted by the refraction of gasses in the atmosphere is what causes the sky to be the color it appears. The protective ozone layer which is thicker in some places than it is in others, reflects blue when exposed to the suns radiation. So ozone gas expressed as O3 is responsible in large part to the blue sky. The dust particles mentioned in the previous paragraph are responsible for the various hues and colors we see such as the red sunsets.
This effect is known as Rayleigh scattering named after the scientist who discovered it , Lord Rayleigh
People color raindrops blue because the ocean is blue and the ocean is water. The ocean is blue because the blue sky reflects on the water turning it blue. Water is really clear. The ocean is really clear. Since the sea is water and raindrops are water people assume that raindrops are blue and color them blue. Some people know raindrops are not blue but color them anyway because they want to add more color in their drawings.
There are many factors which determines the color of the sea/ocean, The reflectivity of the water has an important role in the color of ocean.The color of ocean is generaly blue because the water reflects the image of the sky which is in blue color. But there are other factors also there which determine ocean color,The depth of the ocean,presence of colored algae and fine suspende solid particles. Near to the shore the nutrient suply from the land will be high and because of that the density of algaes and phytoplankton will be more which gives a different color to the water near to the sea shore.
Question why no sense make? I think your trying to ask how to make the best chocolate chip cookies and why the ocean is blue. I can't really answer to cookie part because I'm not much of a baker. But the reason why the ocean is blue is because blue wavelengths are absorbed the least by the deep ocean water and are scattered and reflected back to the observer's eye. Particles in the water may help to reflect blue light. The ocean reflects the blue sky. Most of the time the ocean appears to be blue because this is the color our eyes see. Also the ocean is blue because the fish go blu, blu, blu.
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