Black People : Whats the Deal with the Sun

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  1. Edward Williams

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    It's cold at what is called the north pole. Why wouldn't it also be cold in what is called "outer space" further away from this planet's warmth?
     
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    The OP has somewhat of a credible argument. Case in point X-Rays and other indirect sources of ambient and phenomenal energy can negatively effect the retina. Directed energy which is a weaponized version of various natural elements on the Periodic Table need no temperature coefficient to blind, incapacitate or kill. Cold lasers which are widely used in therapy: Vision correction, skin repair, weight reduction, etc. are virtually harmless unless the power source is raised to the point that the patient experiences a parasympathetic effect which if exposed for a long period of time usually results in death. In theory this could fit the same parameters that the Sun does not have to contain a heat source to blind living entities staring at it for an excruciating period of time. Spectral analysis has confirmed that the Sun emanates ambient energy that does not require a heat source and encompasses the entire spectrum from extremely low frequency 60 hz direct current to ultra high frequency microwave which needs no temperature coefficient to exist. Some scientist and quantum physicist believe solar flares and solar winds are heated up not by the Sun itself but by the Suns atmosphere through their movement by friction, same as our aviation platforms heat up by the friction in Earths atmosphere. Another somewhat valid argument possibly explains the so called cooler Sunspots on the Suns surface. Numerous experiments have emulated the Sunspot theory and the end result of exhaustive analysis debunks the theory that the very dark so called Sunspots are cooler then normal lava like surface formations but either more credible naturally occurring anomalies or something occurring on the surface of the Sun that cannot accurately be explained due to the limitations of today's research equipment. On the other hand various NASA probes have been sent in orbit around the Sun and directly into the Sun itself and all have transmitted telemetry indications that the Suns surface temperature is as been historically documented and stands in existing scientific documents as indicated by spectral and temperature derived analysis. The first NASA probe with dated technology that I'm aware of was launched in 1978, the next probe with cutting edge state of the art analysis measuring equipment will be launched in 2018. I hope this helped. Now I have to go outside and see if Aldert himself needs a seeing eye dog.
     
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    The only problem with the OP's position/argument, is that there's no evidence of an inhabited Sun with life forms as we know it. The probability exists as you've purported, but there remains no evidence to confirm.
    Here are a couple of sources in support of my position:


    Could there be life in any form inside the Sun or other stars?
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    Patrick Diamond, PhD ,MIT; Distinguished Professor ,UCSD; APS Fellow,Two Int'l Prizes
    Updated Nov 24, 2014 · Upvoted by David Brin, Astrophysicist, SETI expert, author of best-selling science fiction like EARTH.


    Physics Sinks David Brin's "Sun Diver": On Magnetic Helicity and why it is not useful for Computation

    Bottom line is NO. I believe there is a quite general argument to be put forth here, which is insensitive to the convention of "life as we know it". It also addresses what I think David Brin was referring to in his answer when he commented " ....phenomena in plasma physics that imitate vortices.....that exhibit some of the attributes associated with life" ...
    https://www.quora.com/Could-there-be-life-in-any-form-inside-the-Sun-or-other-stars
    Could there be life in any form inside the Sun or other stars? - Quora
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    Could There Be Life on the Sun?

    Tom HeadJune 23, 2014

    ... It is improbable that life exists in any of these places, and even more improbable that it exists on the Sun— ...

    ... And whether we’re talking about Drake’s nuclear molecules or a different form of energy-based life, that’s the problem in a nutshell: it’s harder to create anything we would recognize as life without the stability implied by traditional chemistry. We have found no evidence that any form of energy can create analogues to the elements we’ve familiar with. Until we do, the possibility of life on the Sun—while it remains a possibility—is extremely remote ...

    INTERVIEWER: “Could an alien species consist of only thought or energy…?”

    TYSON (in part): “I don’t see why not … It might be harder to make amorphous life than material life.”



    Correct, NASA plans on going to the Sun in 2018, its called the Parker Solar Probe ... Wish them good luck, its going to be hot:


    (CNN)Wearing a nearly 5-inch coat of carbon-composite solar shields, NASA's Parker Solar Probe will explore the sun's atmosphere in a mission that begins in the summer of 2018.
    It's not a journey that any human can make, so NASA is sending a roughly 10-foot-high probe on the historic mission that will put it closer to the sun than any spacecraft has ever reached before; the probe will have to withstand heat and radiation never before experienced by any spacecraft, but the specially designed mission will also address questions that couldn't be answered before ...
    http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/31/us/nasa-sun-mission/index.html

    NASA's first mission to the sun launches in 2018

    Wearing a nearly 5-inch coat of carbon-composite solar shields, NASA's Parker Solar Probe will explore the sun's atmosphere in a mission that begins in the summer of 2018.
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    I'm with you on this particular aspect Mr. C. China's Sunway TaihuLight supercomputer that is able to execute several quadrillion source point equations per second without a doubt debunked The Sunpoint "comic book" full of stuff tin foil hats are made of penned by David Brin when it was discovered that properly shielded deep space vehicles similar to the NASA STS Shuttles using blended composite/ceramic tile protection without a hull integrity failure at 4,700 DFH can actually fly as close as 1.3 million miles from the sun's surface registering 9,940 DFH after a 93 million mile journey from Earth. Humans being carbon based life forms couldn't exist in proximity to the surface of the Sun much less below it. Steven Hawking has a theory that if life forms as we know it inhabited the Sun they would not have form as we know it but exist as plasma encased polarized magnetic force fields with some type of intelligence that he could not describe and that was about as far he would address that subject.
     
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    Thanks Lunar Cycle, here's hoping we never, ever disagree :toast:
    All else is on point as usual, and packed with details ...

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    Oh Mr. C, my uncles warned me about you dangerous men with your "silver tongues". So clever, so sly.
     
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    Oh no Lunar Cycle, the man described by your uncles is not me, honestly.

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    Uh huh.
     
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