It’s a question that has perplexed scientists for centuries, but scientists have finally cracked it.

The answer comes down to a strange phenomenon known as a “double rainbow”.

The idea is that sunlight reflecting off the ground will reflect off the same part of the sky that is facing away from you.

If this happens in the same spot every day, the ground and the sky will look the same.

This phenomenon is called a “coincidence”.

This phenomenon is why scientists say we have seen it over and over again, and is why we are always looking at the sky.

But scientists don’t know why it happens, and they don’t have any way of proving it.

This means that for the past two centuries, it has been impossible to definitively say whether or not this phenomenon will end this century.

So, what are the chances that this phenomenon is going to end this year?

Scientists have tried to look at this question by looking at how long it takes the Earth to rotate around its axis.

This is a fairly simple equation, but it is a little complicated.

To calculate the time it takes for the Earth’s axis to point towards the sun, scientists first have to find the distance between the sun and the Earth.

Then they add up the time that has passed and the time left over to calculate the distance that has moved.

It is known that the Earth has a period of about 23 hours and 22 minutes, so this means that the amount of time that the earth has been in this state since its creation is about 3.6 billion years.

Since the universe is expanding, this is an incredibly long time to wait for it to stop, so the question then becomes, what is the probability that this process will continue?

It turns out that the probability is incredibly low.

If we take into account that the universe was only made about 10.8 billion years ago, the odds of the universe having started this year with a 1% chance of continuing for the next 23.8 hours is only about 4.8%.

This means that, based on the information that we know about the universe, the probability of the future ending in one of the following ways is about 1 in 1,000,000.

That’s a lot of probabilities, but you don’t need to worry too much about these numbers.

We can also use these numbers to calculate our chances of the sun turning into a red giant in the near future.

Based on what we know now, the chance that the sun will turn red in the next 2.2 billion years is about 20%.

And based on what you already know, the chances of us seeing a sun-like object in the skies of our solar system in the year 2041 is about one in 3.5 billion.

As long as there are no catastrophic impacts from this event, the future is very, very likely to continue to be very exciting.

Sources: BBC, BBC News, BBC Weather, BBC Science