Another Type of Perfect Storm

This is a Fire Rainbow.  They say it is the rarest of all naturally occurring atmospheric events. 
The clouds have to be cirrus; at least 20,000 feet in altitude; the ice crystal have to be the perfect concentration as they scatter in the air, and the sun must hit them at exactly a 58 degree angle. 
Another type of perfect storm.
So, God must be a scientist.  Who says there’s no science in religion?
(The picture was captured by someone standing near the Washington/Idaho border and lasted about one hour.)

~ by rfgainey on February 27, 2008.

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