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  1. Subscriberlemondrop
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    03 Nov '15 21:43
    hell yes
  2. Subscriberradioactive69
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    04 Nov '15 02:23
    Originally posted by lemondrop
    hell yes
    Only if you get too close to it. It wouldn't be real hot if you were standing on Pluto.
  3. Subscriberradioactive69
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    04 Nov '15 08:32
    Originally posted by radioactive69
    Only if you get too close to it. It wouldn't be real hot if you were standing on Pluto.
    Actually....compared to some other suns, our sun is quite cool. An O class blue is way hotter.
  4. Subscriberroma45
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    04 Nov '15 10:13
    Originally posted by radioactive69
    Only if you get too close to it. It wouldn't be real hot if you were standing on Pluto.
    colder if you are standing on URANUS

    some one had to.say it
  5. Subscriberradioactive69
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    04 Nov '15 12:31
    Originally posted by roma45
    colder if you are standing on URANUS

    some one had to.say it
    I'd have to be a very talented contortionist to do that.
  6. Subscriberroma45
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    04 Nov '15 13:22
    is it cold at night?
  7. Subscriberradioactive69
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    04 Nov '15 13:59
    Originally posted by roma45
    is it cold at night?
    Not on the surface of the sun. You'd need heavy duty sunscreen. SPF 1,000,000 should do it.
  8. Subscribersonhouse
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    04 Nov '15 21:112 edits
    Originally posted by radioactive69
    Not on the surface of the sun. You'd need heavy duty sunscreen. SPF 1,000,000 should do it.
    No big deal, it's only 57 million watts per square foot on the sun. Bit of asbestos underwear and you will be fine😉
  9. Subscriberlemondrop
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    05 Nov '15 20:42
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    No big deal, it's only 57 million watts per square foot on the sun. Bit of asbestos underwear and you will be fine😉
    see
    even the lamest of threads can be educational
    57 million watts per sq ft
  10. Subscriberradioactive69
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    06 Nov '15 14:09
    Originally posted by lemondrop
    see
    even the lamest of threads can be educational
    57 million watts per sq ft
    I'm finding it interesting. Better than the majority of threads on here.
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    06 Nov '15 15:051 edit
    Originally posted by lemondrop
    see
    even the lamest of threads can be educational
    57 million watts per sq ft
    It's a fascinating thread, Lemon.

    Calm, quiet, bit of basic science, room for excursions into philosophy, sci-fi...even religion.

    Though come to think of it, given what normally happens to threads on religion, let's not go there!
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