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That should help put things into perspective to how small our star actually is, it is incredibly small. Infact its pretty much a joke how small our star actualy is.
does something sit in it's own space in the universe, hung in the sky to burn for as long as the earth will turn?
Does not the earth seem to be placed in it's spot in the solar system?
I would love to hear some of the explanations our scientific communty has for this miracle
Oh and no Titen I don't want to smell your finger.You sick pup
One proof of God we get is in his handywork.
But what about the fact that there is nothing else that burns everlasting.
just happened to roll to a stop, at the perfect position that puts the Sun, and the moon, the same size in our sky.
Originally posted by randyvs
reply to post by Titen-Sxull
Alririghty then. But what about the fact that there is nothing else that
burns everlasting. Except where it just so happens it is required. I would think that would be a little odd even to you. Excuse me, no need to jump on that everlasting thing, I know I should have said, what might as well be everlasting.
I even think it's odd the earth, just happened to roll to a stop, at the perfect position that puts the Sun, and the moon, the same size in our sky.
[edit on 6-7-2010 by randyvs]
it will eventually start running out of hydrogen fuel
I honestly wasn't sure if this thread is meant to be a troll thread or not, but if you are actually interested in the science behind a star's evolution, then I would recommend doing some actual research on the subject instead of making claims based on gross ignorance.
Where does it store this fuel?
How does the fuel not all burn up at once?
I'm not a physicist but I'd say its physically impossible for that much fuel to suddenly burn up via the nuclear processes taking place within the sun. Ever seen a smoldering camp fire that's been burning for hours and hours? That's just from some WOOD, imagine how long the sun can burn considering its size compared to that campfire (its not a scientific comparison since the sun is burning differently than the fire but you get the idea).