Inside the rainbow all the colors of the rainbow are joint together to form white light. But how are all these different color cones formed?
We see only the outside bands of the rainbow colors but the inner parts are joint together to form white light within/below the rainbow, how is that possible?
Are perhaps all the different 'colorwaves' scattered on the tiny waterdrops and giving it a total white color which is coming into our eyes from all directions? And it is not blue, as you could think because of the dominants of blue by N2 and O2, but white because the droplets underneath the rainbow are, just the way they make the clouds white, scattered on H2O??
Is this right or is there another explanation? As you can see it is not bright white but still more white compared to the right side of the rainbow....