posted on Aug, 31 2008 @ 05:27 PM
Is it possible that the sun can shoot out a fire ball that could become a new moon to any of the planets?
Would that fire ball moon rather be called a sun-moon or moon-sun?
I figure the fire ball would be made up of what the sun is made of so it would have gravity that would cause it not to collide into a planet.
If the sun-moon became earth's sun-moon, what affects do you think it would have on the earth's skies (wind, clouds, weather), ocean waters,
daylight, night time, and/or ground?
Is it possible that the sun could shoot a fire ball that re-molts a planet into a re-cooling that brings on a total re-configuring to how the land
masses and ocean floors and skies and atmosphere are?
[edit on 31-8-2008 by Mabus]