1. Standard membersmw6869
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    28 Jul '07 00:16
    Why is the Sun so less bright during the night than during the day?
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    28 Jul '07 00:56
    Originally posted by smw6869
    Why is the Sun so less bright during the night than during the day?
    It isn't. It's brightness remains the same.
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    28 Jul '07 09:13
    Originally posted by Freddie2006
    It isn't. It's brightness remains the same.
    Then why does it get so dark outside? And you call yourself smart!?
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    28 Jul '07 09:56
    Originally posted by Gastel
    Then why does it get so dark outside? And you call yourself smart!?
    The Chinese are blocking the sun out at night. Duh!
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    28 Jul '07 11:11
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    The Chinese are blocking the sun out at night. Duh!
    Those ultra-consumers... d'oh!
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    28 Jul '07 13:02
    Cos the earth's face will be facing in the opposite direction to the sun during the day😏
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    29 Jul '07 00:30
    Originally posted by D Ma G
    Cos the earth's face will be facing in the opposite direction to the sun during the day😏
    No it won't. The earth is an approximate sphere and at least part of it is always pointed at the sun.
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    29 Jul '07 03:56
    Originally posted by Gastel
    No it won't. The earth is an approximate sphere and at least part of it is always pointed at the sun.
    No the part that is experiencing night.
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    29 Jul '07 22:09
    Originally posted by prosoccer
    No the part that is experiencing night.
    He didn't say that.
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    30 Jul '07 10:03
    Originally posted by D Ma G
    Cos the earth's face will be facing in the opposite direction to the sun during the day😏
    You mean part of the surface of the earth, because like Gastal said, the Earth is a sphere so it can't all face in the same direction at the same time.
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