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If Fire cannot exist in 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?
Fire is a mix of gases.

There are 4 states of matter

1. Solid
2. Liquid
3. Gas
4. Plasma

Sun corona is a plasma, the 4th state of matter.
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06/09/2009 07:26 AM
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
But the million dollar question is, how is it possible for the sun to keep these violent processes going on for billions of years without exhausting itself? There are eruptions on a daily basis throwing solar stuff into space and such. I know the sun is big but billions of years....
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06/09/2009 07:35 AM
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
Pretty sure the OP already knows the sun does not "burn" in a sense that things burn on earth, as burning is just lots (up to 10,000 seperate reactions per second) of reactions happening really quickly, making the flames we see.

Mashing 2 Hydrogen atoms into 1 Helium atom would most certainly cause a fire here on earth, but that would only be a by-product, and not the actual process.

1H-1H = bang! + 1He

oh, almost forgot!

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Hmmm...
doesn't fire need oxygen to burn?
Its Nucular fusion
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
I remember striking a match in Thule Greenland when the temperature was -70 F. The flame froze and I was able to put it in my pocket till it thawed out. Kinda neat!

bsflagOMG

As pointed out earlier by an enlightened poster that's because it's a huge unshielded nuclear fusion reactor. Wear sun screen doped with lead nanoparticles. Now that's what I call my own special SPF Planet X sunscreen. banana2
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
I remember striking a match in Thule Greenland when the temperature was -70 F. The flame froze and I was able to put it in my pocket till it thawed out. Kinda neat!

bsflagOMG DUM DUM Youg people see this!

As pointed out earlier by an enlightened poster that's because it's a huge unshielded nuclear fusion reactor. Wear sun screen doped with lead nanoparticles. Now that's what I call my own special SPF Planet X sunscreen. banana2

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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
I remember striking a match in Thule Greenland when the temperature was -70 F. The flame froze and I was able to put it in my pocket till it thawed out. Kinda neat!

OMG DUM DUM Youg people see this! HA HA I ERASED IT!

As pointed out earlier by an enlightened poster that's because it's a huge unshielded nuclear fusion reactor. Wear sun screen doped with lead nanoparticles. Now that's what I call my own special SPF Planet X sunscreen. banana2


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It's electric booogie woogie woogie
I am going to change the world.
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
I remember striking a match in Thule Greenland when the temperature was -70 F. The flame froze and I was able to put it in my pocket till it thawed out. Kinda neat!

OMG DUM DUM Youg people see this! HAHA I ERASED IT!

As pointed out earlier by an enlightened poster that's because it's a huge unshielded nuclear fusion reactor. Wear sun screen doped with lead nanoparticles. Now that's what I call my own special SPF Planet X sunscreen. banana2


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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
I remember striking a match in Thule Greenland when the temperature was -70 F. The flame froze and I was able to put it in my pocket till it thawed out. Kinda neat!

OMG DUM DUM Youg people see this!

As pointed out earlier by an enlightened poster that's because it's a huge unshielded nuclear fusion reactor. Wear sun screen doped with lead nanoparticles. Now that's what I call my own special SPF Planet X sunscreen. banana2


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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
I remember striking a match in Thule Greenland when the temperature was -70 F. The flame froze and I was able to put it in my pocket till it thawed out. Kinda neat!

bsflag :shutupflag:

As pointed out earlier by an enlightened poster that's because it's a huge unshielded nuclear fusion reactor. Wear sun screen doped with lead nanoparticles. Now that's what I call my own special SPF Planet X sunscreen. banana2
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Another one who didn't pay attention in 6th grade science class.
"Uhhhhhh......"
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
I remember striking a match in Thule Greenland when the temperature was -70 F. The flame froze and I was able to put it in my pocket till it thawed out. Kinda neat!

bsflag

As pointed out earlier by an enlightened poster that's because it's a huge unshielded nuclear fusion reactor. Wear sun screen doped with lead nanoparticles. Now that's what I call my own special SPF Planet X sunscreen. banana2

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thats a cop out ..
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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?
The sun is God, and God can do anything!
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Re: If Fire cannot exist in vacuum of space - How does the sun burn?
Because god is blowing oxigen into it !


lol

For an stupid question a realy stupid answer!pphtt

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