Why is the ocean blue although water is clear PS its not the salt?
The ocean is blue because water is a blue
Many people are sure that bodies of water are blue because the water reflects the sky. But wouldn't this only make the shiny surface-reflections look blue? And doesn't water sometimes remain blue on cloudy days? Exactly. There's no mystery here; water looks blue because water *is* blue. Pure water is a blue chemical. It's not just the sky that creates the colors we see.
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…
Why is water always blue in movies and it looks blue in real life but when you turn a tap on or something like that why is it clear?
water is really always clear just depending on the cup it looks different colors ( unless someone pulled a prank and turned the water blue with dye) but in movies its blue because they cant take a glass cup and put clear water because you wouldn't see it. So they make it blue cause its closest to clear and that's the color of the ocean
Water IS clear, but it absorbs infared waves, because they resonate to the frequencies of infared. Water molecules absorb red-colored frequencies from sunlight. When red is absorbed, the complementary color of red is left, which is cyan, a greenish-blue color. But an actual glass of water is clear, because water HAS no color. Hope that helps! :)