Thought for the Day

NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory saw sunspot AR 1520 before the solar flare erupted from it on July 12, 2012.

Credit: NASA/SDO (via Twitter @NASA_SDO)

Ok I just typed in to Google. ” How much Hydrogen dose the sun burn?” – It gave me this.

The Sun consumes about 600 million tons of hydrogen per second. (That’s 6 x 108 tons.) For comparison, the mass of the Earth is about 1.35 x 1021 tons. This would mean the Sun consumes the mass of the Earth in about 70,000 years.

Then I searched “is oxygen Needed to to burn Hydrogen?” – It gave me this.

A fire cannot burn without oxygen.

Do you see the problem ?
We are being lied to People.
Wake up.

Here is scientism explaining how hydrogen can burn w/o oxygen, only in space and science fiction realms.

The predominant element in the Sun is hydrogen, and then helium: by mass, it is 70% hydrogen, 28% helium, 1.5% carbon, nitrogen and oxygen, and 0.5% all other elements.  ~

So, the Sun can “burn” hydrogen to helium without the need for oxygen. It should be noted that in the presence of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen, stars heavier than the Sun may burn hydrogen to helium by using the C, N and O as catalysts. Even in these stars, however, an absence of oxygen does not prevent nuclear burning.




One thought on “Thought for the Day

  1. aquamandala March 19, 2017 at 10:10 am Reply

    Love your work thankyou


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