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  1. Jimmy Mac
    Jimmy Mac
    Hi all,
    Oh come on, no one has started talking in here yet? Next to water, the sun is the only thing to keep us alive. I think that merits a least a bit of talk
    Hmmmm, now. What to say....

    The sun is a very warm place. The sun is very big. I like the sun. When I wake up I like to see the sun. It gives us light. Do you know about the sun? I know about the sun. My daddy talks about it many times a day. I always hear him say " Sun of a *****, sun of a *****" I think hes mad at the sun,I dont know why but I think he is.

    ( now if that dont get it started.... )

    Keep Looking Up,
    Jimmy <--- see what happens when you look at the sun with out a filter,you hurt your eyes
  2. annthracks
    annthracks
    what about air?
  3. EricFD
    EricFD
    The air certainly helps. Curious enough though the sun is related to that as well. If it weren't for oxygen producing cyano-bacteria and chlorophyll and the process of using sunlight by means of of photosynthesis, there would be no oxygen for us to breath and we wouldn't be here.

    I think the sun is fascinating. I have been intrigued by the processes that go on in the sun ever since I read about how George Ellery Hale detected the Zeeman effect in the spectrum of a sunspot, thus proving that the sun had an electromagnetic field, which produces all of those wonderful phenomena that we so love to observe such as prominences, solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs).

    I also find neutrino astronomy that has evolved from studying our sun as well as supernovae fascinating as well.

    Eric
  4. EricFD
    EricFD
    The air certainly helps. Curiously enough though the sun is related to that as well. If it weren't for oxygen producing cyano-bacteria and chlorophyll and the process of using sunlight by means of of photosynthesis, there would be no oxygen for us to breath and we wouldn't be here.

    I think the sun is fascinating. I have been intrigued by the processes that go on in the sun ever since I read about how George Ellery Hale detected the Zeeman effect in the spectrum of a sunspot, thus proving that the sun had an electromagnetic field, which produces all of those wonderful phenomena that we so love to observe such as prominences, solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs).

    I also find neutrino astronomy that has evolved from studying our sun as well as supernovae fascinating as well.

    Eric
  5. EricFD
    EricFD
    The air certainly helps. Curiously enough though the sun is related to that as well. If it weren't for oxygen producing cyano-bacteria and chlorophyll and the process of using sunlight by means of photosynthesis, there would be no oxygen for us to breath and we wouldn't be here.

    I think the sun is fascinating. I have been intrigued by the processes that go on in the sun ever since I read about how George Ellery Hale detected the Zeeman effect in the spectrum of a sunspot, thus proving that the sun had an electromagnetic field, which produces all of those wonderful phenomena that we so love to observe such as prominences, solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs).

    I also find neutrino astronomy that has evolved from studying our sun as well as supernovae fascinating as well.

    Eric
  6. EricFD
    EricFD
    Oops! Sorry about the redundant posting. It occurred when I tried to make corrections to errors in the first post. The first two posts can be deleted. This section works a little differently than the other parts of the site. Sorry about that. It was not intentional.

    Eric
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