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Our sun will extinguish very soon,not 5million years, global warming related

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posted on Sep, 2 2006 @ 01:21 AM
I had this opurtunity to visit this
although i dont believe in the most of the articles but the recent ats thread about our sol system undergoing global warming caught my eye

Now, the question must be addressed as to why the sun is heating up. It is heating up because the Fifth Amoeba of the Light (an Attas) is actively shattering the cube by using several arraa-tons (sun cruisers) to heat up the sun. These crafts have been photographed around and seemingly within the sun.

google image sun cruisers

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posted on Sep, 2 2006 @ 01:27 AM
Ok, you lost me at amoeba.

And technically, the sun will never extinguish, what it will do is swell
into a red giant and vaporise the inner solar system.
Aout 5billion years from now, after the sun has turned into a red giant,
it will go SuperNova, and leave behind a white dwarf.

posted on Sep, 2 2006 @ 01:31 AM
The Earth goes through warming and cooling cycles as do the sun. One site can't discredit everything put against it scientifically.

posted on Sep, 2 2006 @ 01:39 AM
Cool Heretic,
the sun has massive gravitational pull, and those objects seen racing into the sun are nothing more than large chunks of rock and ice from the debris fields that scatter our solar system.

As for our sun ending soon due to its heating up, well bear this thought in mind.

In the 8th century AD, the Roman empire grew wine on the slopes of salisbury plain here in the UK. The country was then at its warmest it has ever been, then we all had a global cool down, now we are on the up slope of a global warm up...then it will all cool down again, and then rise again, as it has done for eons and eons and eons of time.

posted on Sep, 2 2006 @ 07:32 AM
Oooo does this mean we can go mad looting? I loooove mad looting

posted on Sep, 2 2006 @ 08:09 AM
Yeah, Global Warming is probably extra fueled by our efforts as humans - going on a steep slope instead of a slower one - but there are such natural cycles in nature.

During the times of the Dinosaurs, things were steaming! It was a lot hotter back then than it is now.

As for the sun, just to set the record straight, it will not go supernovae. It's much too small for that. The sun will collapse, increasing the temperature of the core, and starting Helium Fusion (turning Helium into Lithium and some other elements). It will continue to go through such cycles, each time creating a new, heavier, element. However, eventually the mass of the star will limit how high its temperature can go, and the fusion process will end, and the star will collapse until electron repulsion keeps the molecules seperate. This is a White Dwarf Star - it's not really a star, since all its light is just stored energy that it slowly releases. Eventually it will go dark.

The most interesting kind of White Dwarf would continue fusing matter into Carbon, Oxygen, and Neon. If Carbon were in the dominant, once the star had cooled you would have super-dense carbon, which, as we all know, forms into a Diamond - massive diamonds floating through space... though such stars would be exceedingly rare, and may not even yet exist around our local group.

Supernovae occur when the star is so massive that the electrons can't keep molecules apart, and the temperature therefore rises high enough for fusion to continue into progressively shorter and shorter phases (higher temperatures = faster fusion, no matter what's being fused).

It all ends at Iron... Iron can't be fused to give off energy, and Iron can't be split to release energy (anything lower or higher than Iron can be fused or split to release energy respectively). Then, once the star is finished burning all its core into Iron, a process that at those incredible temperatures takes about only 1 day, Ka-Boom. The shell of the star implodes as no fusion is occuring to keep it up, and no amount of energy will cause fusion to begin again. Within that blinding moment, all the extra gasses and fusable materials that were above the core are instantly fused, producing a huge array of elements, and then releasing a massive amount of energy which results in the Supernovae.

That's not the end of the core though... it continues to collapse. The first is Neutron Repulsion. The collapse is so strong that the Weak Nuclear force was overcome and electrons are pushed into protons, creating neutrons, and with the electric force already overcome earlier, there's nothing to stop the core from becoming a pile of neutrons - which, thanks to the Strong Nuclear Force, keeps the neutrons from collapsing upon each other. This is a Neutron Star, one of the two possible end-results of a Supernovae. For all intents and purposes, it's one giant atom.

The other end result is the famed Black-Hole. Here, the Strong Nuclear force was overcome, and there's no force that keeps all the matter from combining with others. Reality is torn assunder and the singularity is formed.

A star requires a minimum of 25 solar masses to become a Black Hole, whilst about 4 solar masses are required to go Nova.

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