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24 Jul 2014 05:47

Since there is nothing colorless in this world ,Do you know that ,whats the color of clouds

24 Jul 2014 05:55

I am little bit Confused paji

24 Jul 2014 10:51

No-one can know the real color of Clouds! That`s all!

24 Jul 2014 11:38

Black

24 Jul 2014 11:40

Me too i dont know

24 Jul 2014 15:33

Quote by Wafa-waseem
No-one can know the real color of Clouds! That`s all! :)

blind buddy chashma laga k dekha kr brsaat se pehle

Edited by Crookxmr / 24 Jul 2014 15:35
24 Jul 2014 15:39

Quote by Crookxmr
Quote by Wafa-waseem
No-one can know the real color of Clouds! That`s all! :)

blind buddy chashma laga k dekha kr brsaat se pehle :hm

24 Jul 2014 15:45

I think white thinking more ..............

24 Jul 2014 15:54

The color of the clouds will always depend on season,

24 Jul 2014 16:06
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24 Jul 2014 16:19

when i was a kid i lke 2 see clouds but i really dont know whats the real color
sometimes gray,then dark gray,thenwhite

24 Jul 2014 16:23

MAYBE because of the reflection the SUNLIGHT

but im not sure haha

24 Jul 2014 17:08

Quote by Crookxmr
Since there is nothing colorless in this world ,Do you know that ,whats the color of clouds

the color of a cloud, as
seen from the Earth, tells
much about what is going on inside the cloud. Clouds form because warm air tends to absorb water vapor, which is lighter than air, thus helping the mixture to rise. As it rises the air containing it cools and the vapor tends to condense out of the air as
micro-droplets. These tiny
particles of water are
densely packed and
sunlight cannot penetrate
far into the cloud before it is reflected out, giving a
cloud its characteristic
white color. As a cloud
matures, the dense water
droplets may combine to
produce larger droplets,
which may combine to
form droplets large
enough to fall as rain. By
this process of accumulation, the space
between droplets
becomes increasingly
larger, permitting light to
penetrate farther into the
cloud. If the cloud is
sufficiently large and the
droplets within are spaced far enough apart, it may be that a percentage of the light which enters the cloud is not reflected back out before it is absorbed. A
simple example of this is
being able to see farther
in heavy rain than in
heavy fog. This process of
reflection/absorption is
what causes the range of
cloud color from white to
black. For the same reason, the undersides of
large clouds and heavy
overcasts can appear as
various degrees of grey
shades, depending on how much light is being
reflected or transmitted
back to the observer.
Other colors occur
naturally in clouds. Bluish- grey is the result of light scattering within the cloud. In the visible
spectrum, blue and green
are at the short end of
light's visible wavelengths,
while red and yellow are
at the long end. The short
rays are more easily
scattered by water
droplets, and the long rays are more likely to be
absorbed. The bluish color
is evidence that such
scattering is being
produced by rain-sized
droplets in the cloud.
A greenish tinge to a cloud is produced when sunlight is scattered by ice. A cumulonimbus cloud emitting green is an
imminent sign of heavy
rain, hail, strong winds
and possible tornadoes.
Yellowish clouds are rare
but may occur in the late
spring through early fall
months during forest fire
season.. ..

24 Jul 2014 17:28

Quote by NaeEm..
Quote by Crookxmr
Since there is nothing colorless in this world ,Do you know that ,whats the color of clouds

the color of a cloud, as
seen from the Earth, tells
much about what is going on inside the cloud. Clouds form because warm air tends to absorb water vapor, which is lighter than air, thus helping the mixture to rise. As it rises the air containing it cools and the vapor tends to condense out of the air as
micro-droplets. These tiny
particles of water are
densely packed and
sunlight cannot penetrate
far into the cloud before it is reflected out, giving a
cloud its characteristic
white color. As a cloud
matures, the dense water
droplets may combine to
produce larger droplets,
which may combine to
form droplets large
enough to fall as rain. By
this process of accumulation, the space
between droplets
becomes increasingly
larger, permitting light to
penetrate farther into the
cloud. If the cloud is
sufficiently large and the
droplets within are spaced far enough apart, it may be that a percentage of the light which enters the cloud is not reflected back out before it is absorbed. A
simple example of this is
being able to see farther
in heavy rain than in
heavy fog. This process of
reflection/absorption is
what causes the range of
cloud color from white to
black. For the same reason, the undersides of
large clouds and heavy
overcasts can appear as
various degrees of grey
shades, depending on how much light is being
reflected or transmitted
back to the observer.
Other colors occur
naturally in clouds. Bluish- grey is the result of light scattering within the cloud. In the visible
spectrum, blue and green
are at the short end of
light's visible wavelengths,
while red and yellow are
at the long end. The short
rays are more easily
scattered by water
droplets, and the long rays are more likely to be
absorbed. The bluish color
is evidence that such
scattering is being
produced by rain-sized
droplets in the cloud.
A greenish tinge to a cloud is produced when sunlight is scattered by ice. A cumulonimbus cloud emitting green is an
imminent sign of heavy
rain, hail, strong winds
and possible tornadoes.
Yellowish clouds are rare
but may occur in the late
spring through early fall
months during forest fire
season.. ..

Naeem paji too short paji

24 Jul 2014 18:02

Blue and white..
sometime It's will be black cause the rain are coming..
I like colour of the sky cause It's so beautiful and It's make me calm..
Then forget about all problem,pain/hurt,sadness and etc..for a while..

24 Jul 2014 18:23

they're water colored.

24 Jul 2014 18:29

BLACK heavy cloud

27 Jul 2014 08:55
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27 Jul 2014 09:16

Quote by TwistedBhaskar
no known even knows whats the real color of anything. color depends on scattered light n hw our brain analyzes it. so what u think is brown or green is just an illusion of ur brain. other animals n c it as a different color.
similarly cloud color depends on hw it interacts with sunlight.

Brickley paji

27 Jul 2014 10:32

Cloud is colourless