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originally posted by: yuppa
originally posted by: HalWesten
a reply to: gortex
I like network dude's answer, get a comfy chair, some bourbon and sit in the yard waiting for it.
wonder how hard it would be to keep your composure if you could see the wall of fire approaching though...
originally posted by: LanceCorvette
Of all the unlikely events that may cause my death, a star hitting the Earth at random is the unlikeliest of them all.
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: LanceCorvette
Considering the diameter of the observable universe is around 93.016 billion light-years, with a radius of 46.508 billion light-years, i really don't see us detecting anything 4 million light-years distant nevermind being able to calculate the trajectory in any kind of conclusive manner with our current technology.
At least that's my understanding of the matter as there are too many unknown variables to consider.