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If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?

 
MikeRotch
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If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
If Fire cannot exist in the vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
Nucular reactions.
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
If Fire cannot exist in the vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
 Quoting: MikeRotch 692033

Because it's just that awesome.
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If Fire cannot exist in the vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
bump bump
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
hmmm...
doesn't fire need oxygen to burn?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
hmmm...
doesn't fire need oxygen to burn?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 686649

Not nuclear fusion
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
Easy, it's not fire. Fire is oxidation. The Sun is plasma produced by nuclear fusion.
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
hmmm...
doesn't fire need oxygen to burn?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
You need oxygen. There's definitely hydrogen.
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
Nucular reactions.
 Quoting: Doctor What

Now define "Nuclear fusion" please.......?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
I wonder how well a vacuum cleaner would work in the vacuum of space.
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
Four hydrogen atoms, each composed of one proton, fuse. This produces a helium nucleus with two protons and two neutrons.

What happened to the electric charge of the two protons that became neutrons? It's lost as pure energy in the form of light (well, electromagnetic radiation), and also a free-roving particle called a neutrino.

Even in the center of the sun this requires a slightly improbable series of events which keeps the "burn" rate under control.

So remember to wear your sunscreen next time you're out. You're standing under a giant unshielded fusion reactor!
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
I wonder how well a vacuum cleaner would work in the vacuum of space.
 Quoting: Doctor What

I'm wondering what you add to dehydrated water?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
There are some ignorant fuckers out there today?
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If Fire cannot exist in the vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
 Quoting: MikeRotch 692033



If idiots are not suppossed to be born why you are posting here ?

an idiotic question for an idiotic question
made by an idiot ...

By the way you were born an idiot because the sperm donor was Steven Hawkings !
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
because the SUN isn't in the vacuum of space... god, you are retarded
-Since when did thinking become a bad idea?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
Four hydrogen atoms, each composed of one proton, fuse. This produces a helium nucleus with two protons and two neutrons.

What happened to the electric charge of the two protons that became neutrons? It's lost as pure energy in the form of light (well, electromagnetic radiation), and also a free-roving particle called a neutrino.

Even in the center of the sun this requires a slightly improbable series of events which keeps the "burn" rate under control.

So remember to wear your sunscreen next time you're out. You're standing under a giant unshielded fusion reactor!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 685116

Thankyou! And yet that just leads me to wonder: How did 4 H atoms get fused?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
because the SUN isn't in the vacuum of space... god, you are retarded
 Quoting: Twisted_Logic

haha, not exactly.. All stars float through the vacuum of space.

The simple answer to OP's question is that the Sun is not a fire.
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
because the SUN isn't in the vacuum of space... god, you are retarded
 Quoting: Twisted_Logic

Well it can't be in an oxygen environment.......cause then all the oxygen would then get burned up right?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
lol
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
The simple answer to OP's question is that the Sun is not a fire.
 Quoting: ViperThunder

Ah, now we're getting somewhere........but when they show pictures of it up close, it looks like hot lava flowing and spiting doesn't it?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
The simple answer to OP's question is that the Sun is not a fire.

Ah, now we're getting somewhere........but when they show pictures of it up close, it looks like hot lava flowing and spiting doesn't it?
 Quoting: voice 698037

And I thought nuclear fusion was pretty much a constant. Then why the CMEs?? (coronal mass ejections)

They are random and fiery, no?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
This picture clearly shows burning.

[link to news.bbc.co.uk]
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
dumbass
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
The simple answer to OP's question is that the Sun is not a fire.

Ah, now we're getting somewhere........but when they show pictures of it up close, it looks like hot lava flowing and spiting doesn't it?
 Quoting: voice 698037



It's called plasma... sheesh!
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
If Fire cannot exist in the vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
 Quoting: MikeRotch 692033


the sun isn't on fire, it's a thermonuclear explosion
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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06/09/2009 12:15 AM
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
I thought plasma looked more like this

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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
OP... i have a question for you... If fire cannot exist in the vacuum of space, How do we have fire on the earth? ........................................... The logic you are using is akin to the following............... If fish can't live outside of water, then do they breathe?
-Since when did thinking become a bad idea?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
atmosphere contained within a gravitational pull?
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
I'm sorry everyone the OP has too good of a point. I guess the sun just doesn't really exist and someone just hung a really shiny decoration up there.

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