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    Why doesn't the sun burn out

    +8  Views: 738 Answers: 9 Posted: 10 years ago

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    It will in about 2.5 billion years

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    Who going to be here to tell us that?

    GE didn't design it.

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    They wouldn't of made any money that way!

    It will one day, but you don't have to worry because you won't be around when it swallows all the planets in our solar system.

    Very good question.

    Chiangmai

    Really. I'll let you fill me in, Grit.
    Chiangmai

    btw, nice picture. love it!
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    What picture ?
    Chiangmai

    I guess the picture of the burning sun, now disappeared.

    The amount of energy in the sun is virtually unimaginable to us. I think it's good for another billion years or so.

    It uses SOLAR ENERGY!

    http://www.astrosociety.org/education/publications/tnl/39/sun2.html 


    read up and find out! ;-)


     


     


     


     

    My be next year 2012 it may explode. I'm going to set on my roof with a case of beer and watch.

    because God keeps it running. He keeps all the suns in the universe running on course.There is complete order to the universe



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