A quadruple rainbow has been captured photographically for the first time ever, BBC News reports, much to the delight of nature, gay pride and Care Bear fans everywhere.
As exciting as that sounds, each subsequent rainbow, created by light bending amidst water in the air, is fainter than the one before, making it difficult to see in photographs. Why, then, is it so exciting to have captured it in a photograph when you can’t even see it? I’m not sure. If you want to strain your eyes to try to spot the natural wonder, try here.
In more important news, has anyone checked on the Double Rainbow Man? This news might have been exciting enough to kill the poor man, so someone should go see whether he’s all right.