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Originally posted by LightSource
reply to post by Krusty the Klown
If another light the size of our sun appears I would think it wouldn't matter how far away it was it would produce heat here on earth and cause the temp to alot during the 2 to 3 weeks it was there. I don't know about anyone else but I wouldn't want to be near costal areas and some good shade would be nice.
Originally posted by lost artistic
There has been so many views on this issue because its been a tikking bomb for a very long time. I had astronomy books back when i was aorund 14, ca 1995 where they predicted it would happen between 2010 and 2020, so it seems that trying to get to see it "Live" is minimal for the most part of us. But the aftermath will be amazing!
Thankfully these explotions/implotions does not do much damage for more than 100 lightyears out from the center and we are about 600 lightyears away. So does that mean it already happened roughly 600 lightyears ago?
Originally posted by prevenge
"As blue as our new second sun" - Tool - "Third Eye"
Originally posted by robinmorningstar
I'm somewhat surprised by the fervor this post is generating. "Any day now" in astrological terms and cosmological time is...oh, perhaps millions of years. 3 million years in the life of a star is a blink, so to look for this inevitable collapse even in a human time frame is, well...just silly.