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When the first rainbow occurred it was before the story was recorded. And much of science and nature had progressed before it was written about. Now if you are going to call an arch a bow then that is your choice. A bow is a figure 8. So why did we coin rainbow word after Noah’s Flood. Maybe the heavens looked different then giving the FIRST FREAKING rainbow on earth a primitive shape never seen. If you want to create apologetics to defend the flood then fine. But I’m dyslexic so I try to understand grammar as it is written not implied. So for me a bow is a bow. Not an arch. So who translated the Old Testament to use the word rainbow? Or was there even one. I was told there was. קראט are a few typographic symbols on my keyboard.

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In Greek mythology, Iris is the goddess of the rainbow and messenger of the Olympian Gods. I think there is something really unique when using a prism to bend light like with the photoelectric effect. Different wavelengths of color have different speeds and chemical reactions. Recently, scientist Ronald Mallett stated that if gravity affects time, and light creates gravity- then light affects time. Is there a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow?

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