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A quick note on the sun, black holes, and nuclear reactions

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Did you know the sun doesn’t actually emit heat?

Energized photons enter our atmosphere which creates a chemical reaction – and it’s this chemical reaction which actually causes heat.

Yep. You heard me right. The sun in and of itself does NOT emit heat.

This is why astronauts don’t need sunscreen or air conditioning and don’t need shielded from the sun other than from the brightness of it.

The sun is a nuclear reaction, and as such – a nuclear reaction actually does NOT emit actual heat energy.

The sun emits nothing but electro-magnetism, some radiation in the form of energy, and photons.

The heat from a nuclear reaction comes from the chemical reactions with Earth’s atmosphere.

As evidence, back in 2013 – the Icy Comet Ison passed right on through the sun .

This video shows the comet passing through:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcROVqmF9SY

hey yo whatsup, sun!

As for black holes.

The most common types of black holes in space are largely conversion points between energy and mass.

‘Balancing’ the equation per se.

Not always, but rarely are they the giant garbage compactors as so many people seem to think since they don’t understand density and mass.

That’s all.

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