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the sun will explode in less than 6 years!!!

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by kodak, Sep 18, 2002.

  1. kodak

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    the sun will explode in less than 6 years!!!

    Discussion started by kodak - Sep 18, 2002

    The Sun is overheating and will soon blow up — taking Earth and the rest of the solar system with it, scientists warn.

    The alert was issued after an international satellite photographed a massive explosion on the surface of the Sun that sent a plume of fire 30 times longer than the diameter of Earth blasting into space.

    “It’s a sign that the Sun is ready to blow — I don’t know if I can put it any more plainly than that,” says Dutch astrophysicist Dr. Piers Van der Meer, a top expert affiliated with the European Space Agency.

    “It will be like a nuclear bomb trillions of times more powerful than the one dropped on Hiroshima going off at the center of our solar system.

    “When that happens Earth will be instantly incinerated along with all life on it. It’s like when a marshmallow falls into a fire, blackens and melts.”

    Scientists say the problem is the Sun is literally getting too hot.

    The core temperature of the Sun is normally 27 million degrees Fahrenheit. But in recent years it’s climbed to an alarming 49 million degrees, says Dr. Van der Meer, leader of a team of Amsterdam-based space scientists who’ve been tracking the changes in the Sun.

    “It’s quite similar to when a star goes supernova at the end of its life,” Dr. Van der Meer explains. “Over the past 11 years, we’ve seen our Sun go through changes frighteningly like those that took place in Kepler’s Star right before it was observed going supernova in 1604.”

    Temperatures on the surface of the Sun have been steadily climbing over the past decade, the scientists say.

    “This, we believe, not man-made pollution, is responsible for global warming and the alarming effects that we’ve seen take place on Earth such as the melt-down of the Antarctic ice shelves,” asserted Dr. Van der Meer.

    The July 1 images were taken by the space-based Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), a satellite designed to study the internal structure of the Sun and operated jointly by NASA and the European Space Agency.

    “The explosion — known technically as an eruptive prominence — was colossal,” said Dr. Van der Meer. “This is the final warning sign we’ve all been dreading.”

    The Dutch scientists calculate that if temperatures keep climbing at the current rate the Sun will be unable to sustain itself.

    “It will blow apart like an out-of-control nuclear reactor within six years,” predicts Dr. Van der Meer.

    NASA refuses to confirm the Euro-pean scientists’ assertions and a White House source said, “We don’t need anyone spreading more panic now.”
     
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  2. nomadawhat

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    nomadawhat - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    OH SHUCKS!!!!
     
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  3. alabama

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    alabama - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    as the late jim morrison once said...."im gonna have my kicks before the whole shithouse goes up in flames"......
     
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  4. zorak

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    zorak - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    we can only wish to be so lucky.
     
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  5. suburbian bum

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    suburbian bum - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    THIS IS HERESAY YOU LIAR.








    Keep pumping out legs to meet the ground.
     
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  6. Are2

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    Are2 - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    bullshit

    those explosions occur on the surface of the sun all the time
    nothing out of the ordinary

    after all, what the fuck do you think a massive ball of flaming gas does???
    sits in space and chills???
     
  7. S@T@N

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    S@T@N - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    That's some disturbing shizzle righ thurr.
     
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    juggernaut - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    seriously, huh? i hope the world is just incenrated like that. i think we're going to pollute ourselves out of existence.
     
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    ledzep - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    hahahaha thats freakin halerious.

    thats such bull, they repeat what they say to often and they way its phrased makes it sound like something a 5th grader wrote.
     
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    spectr - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    uhm well i guess that sucks and all oh wait never mind thats pretty cool like in 6 years i can throw a lets watch the sun explode party with lots of drugs and beer and everyone will be getting completely fucked up and since the sun will explode i wont even have to clean in the morning...
    this is the best news i got all day well second best the best news was that ......
     
  11. zorak

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    zorak - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    shit reminds me of the movie "Last Night".

    if you haven't seen it, you are missing out. it is about the last night on earth and everyone knows it is the last night on earth. the end is unavoidable. the portrail of how the general public reacts to such an event is dark comedy at its finest.

    one of the dudes fucks all these chicks. he tries to fullfill all of his fantasies. it's funny... go rent it.

    [​IMG]
     
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    rip - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    atleast i have 6 more years to drink more.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm bombers of corona
     
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  13. zorak

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    zorak - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    wouldn't a dutch astrophysicist measure temerature in celsius?
     
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  14. Greedy

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    Greedy - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    Looks like someone is taking Weekly World News a little to serously
     
  15. SPLINTER

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    SPLINTER - Replied Sep 18, 2002

    how the fuck do they measure the temperature of the sun's core. i bet its just a guess but that shit aint gonna happen not yet atleast but it would be cool to watch i guess.