posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 04:40 PM
There are so many different opinions on this subject, one even ventures as far as to suggest that the sun is not hot
Well i was out side in the sunshine today and it felt quite hot
You were presumably on a planet, that has atmosphere, which distorts and filters and magnifies the sun's effects, and also possibly converts sun's
pure energy into heat and light.
What you "felt" thus doesn't mean or prove anything about whether the sun is 'hot' or cold.
And you should know that, if you are an adult with even average intelligence.
It could be a cold pure energy source - otherwise the whole solar system and the space in it would be quite warm, instead of cold, wouldn't it? (Not
that we can truly know that space is cold without visiting it ourselves)
Besides, it's "outside", not "out side". One word, not two words.
In any case, using your logic, I could say that "I went outside (sorry, can't bring myself to mistype it) yesterday and I saw the sun actually move
on the sky, so Earth must be the center of the Universe, and the sun orbits it". Or "I saw ships disappearing into the horizon, and it looked like
they fell out the Earth, so Earth must be flat".
Really.. you should know better, and you should be able to think beyond the immediate physical or visual sensations.