Well, I see some truth to what is being said. You see a flashlight because it is interacting with the surface tension created by the mirror. The
surface tension is what glows. From space the sun will not look like it does here. Daylight is the interaction of the rays with our atmosphere,
basically energizing the surface tension of the earth, which is great enough to extend into space. Think of power lines, the energy travels through
the surface tension, if the surface tension is too close, it causes the wire to melt. Now, we do not see the energy on the power line unless we use
special lenses. We do not see the surface tension of the earth unless it is illuminated by the energy of the sun.
The sun could be a small ball of a solid that is sort of like a catalyst, interacting with space to create a surface tension far from the core. Sort
of like the atmosphere of earth interacts with the sun's rays. The surface tension creates a bow shock which is the heliosphere. Now, this is the
way I look at what science is saying, translating it to what I understand. If You cut a rounder for firewood, then put it into a fire, it glows and
throws off energy in various forms. If you split the firewood, the surface tension is broken in the round form and it bleeds the heat and light off.
The firewood actually does what the sun does if round, sucking the energy back into the surface, creating a sort of gravitational field. Rounders
burn longer but usually not as hot, the same amount of energy is emitted, just buffered by the surface tension. If something interferes with the
surface roundness, the energy is erupted, sort of like a flare.
Now, I do not know what the core of a sun is made of, and as far as I have read, most people are just making theories of what is inside, there is no
evidence to prove any claim yet. We know about nuclear fusion and fission, but it may be different than this all together, It could be sort of an
explosion that actually is buffered because the sun distorts time because of the extreme energy of the surface tension drawing time back within.
I can make up all sort of possibilities that defy what they have told us. Science can only propose theories based on what they already know. How a
sun works may be completely different than what we know. Our present theories may be way off, but the evidence we use to prove the theory is based on
assumptions of what we know being right when it may be only partly right.
Ok, so now that I have made a wild assumption, I need to go finish my soup.
Another thing is that our eye is shaped like the atmosphere. It can perceive the stars and solar disk.
edit on 18-4-2014 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)