Why is the sky blue if clean water and steam is clear?
If I remember correctly from my Environmental Science days. The reason the sky is blue is because when rays of sunlight reach the molecules in the atmosphere all of the colors (your ROYGBIV colors) go through the these particles except for the color blue. The color blue gets refracted (I believe that’s the correct word) and thus that is the color we see. This also correlates with most of the natural colors you see around you such as plants. The chloroform in plants collects all colors other than green and therefor gives off a green color. I’d suggest looking it up because this is all based on my memory (which isn’t that great). Have an awesome day!!