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Why does the boundary shows different colors between black and white regions on a computer screen?

It looks like chromatic aberration, which is the result of a lens deflecting different wavelengths of visible light by different angles, so that their images on the film/sensor don't quite line up. ...
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Can you actually stand inside a rainbow? I see people claiming you can

There's a sense in which you can "stand inside a rainbow" if you interpret the words slightly differently. If you surround yourself with water mist (e.g. with a hose pipe spray) and the ...
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Can you actually stand inside a rainbow? I see people claiming you can

Definitely yes, for a reflection off glass Glass buildings cast very obvious reflections, sometimes really significantly. Thick glass can result in prismatic effects (shine a light through a cut-glass ...
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