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Is the sun slowly getting larger or smaller?

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Question by Gizmo
Submitted on 5/19/2004
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Is the sun slowly getting larger or smaller?


Answer by sbfdgisbvis
Submitted on 2/20/2005
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i dont know:/

 

Answer by sissmiss
Submitted on 3/9/2005
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smaller

 

Answer by nobody
Submitted on 3/22/2005
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smaller

 

Answer by Borg
Submitted on 8/16/2005
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The Sun is in fact getting smaller as it's fuel burns out or is burning out...
The smaller it gets, the hotter it will be since the accelerated burn off goes faster as the size of the sun gets smaller where in the end, it will create a vacuum in space that will draw back the all the energy expelled from it, thus creating a black hole with a dead star in the middle.... It is possible to see the heart of this new black-hole, if you can overcome the ability of this dead star to consume even light....
This little nucleus of a dead star is out there, a solid core of black matter.

 

Answer by fhffjfjfjf
Submitted on 11/18/2005
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Answer by sandman
Submitted on 1/23/2006
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- The sun is approximately 865,000 miles in diameter. It is about 93 million miles from earth. However, 5 million tons of fuel per second burns from the sun. The sun's diameter is shrinking at the rate of 5 feet per hour or 8.3 miles per year. Therefore, it is logical to conclude that if the Sun is getting smaller every day that in years past it used to be larger.
- Evolutionists tell us that the first humans lived on the earth 1 to 2 million years ago. That means that 2 million years ago the sun was about 16.6 million miles closer to the earth. Venus is 26 million miles closer to the Sun. The temperature on Venus is 850 degrees F. At this distance from the Sun, life could not have existed on the earth when man supposedly came forth from his common ancestry with apes. If the earth is 4.5 billion years old our planet would have been not only closer to the Sun than Venus, the sun would have consumed it.

 

Answer by Dawn
Submitted on 3/18/2006
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My guess would be that it is getting larger if it's changing at all. If you take into account that comets were the basic means for making up the Earth's world...because they brought great amounts of water to the earth after impact which now makes up much of the oceans on earth after the cooling. Then, you have to figure that if astroids and comets heading toward the sun burn up before ever impacting it, they are either evaporated back into space or as I suspect, absorbed into the sun as sun's gases, Thus the sun would be getting larger. Here is the proof. When scientists found that upon blasting open an astroid on one particular occasion, they found it was filled with particular gases much like those found on the sun.

 

Answer by fran
Submitted on 6/6/2006
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bu da de

 

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