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i Traced The Heat Waves To Massive Star At Center Of our Solar System

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08/11/2011 06:04 PM
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i Traced The Heat Waves To Massive Star At Center Of our Solar System
the star, which i have named "Global Warming", may in fact be the same bright yellow orb seen arcing over the sky day after day, and given its extreme heat and proximity to Earth, it is likely not only to have caused the heat wave, but to be responsible for every warm day in human history.

My measurements indicate the massive amount of energy this thing gives off is able to travel 93 million miles and reach our planet is as little as eight and a half minutes

While i can't see them, am fairly certain these infrared rays strike Earth's surface, become trapped by the atmosphere, and just heat everything up like a great big oven!

i originally thought that if this star was producing temperatures of 100-plus in the South and Midwest, it must be at least 100 degrees itself

But it turns out it's far, far hotter than that, with a surface temperature of nearly 10,900 degrees Fahrenheit!

this intense radiation, which results from constant nuclear reactions converting hydrogen to helium in the star's core, could also account for why the orb in the sky is extremely bright and difficult to stare at directly!

i initially assumed the heat and luminescence of the star must make it the largest in the universe
my theory lent credence by the star appearing much bigger than other objects in the sky
but my data actually appear to refute such a notion.

Apparently it's gigantic simply because it's closer to us than any other star

Which would also account for why we feel this particular star's heat during the day but are not warmed by the tiny blinking stars we see at night!