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/b/ ~ What would happen if a sun made of ice would colli...
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What would happen if a sun made of ice would collide with the normal sun, which is made of lava? Both suns are same size, and the sun made of ice is at -1000 Celsius, and the normal sun is at +1000 Celsius.

Would their temperatures cancel each other and leave only empty space, or would they leave a zero degree sun?


Allow me to play doubles advocate here for a moment. For all intensive purposes I think you are wrong. In an age where false morals are a diamond dozen, true virtues are a blessing in the skies, and are more than just ice king on the cake. We often put our false morality on a petal stool like a bunch of pre-Madonnas, but you all seem to be taking something very valuable for granite.

So I ask of you to mustard up all the strength you can because it is a doggy dog world out there. Although there is some merit to what you are saying it seems like you have a huge ship on your shoulder. In your argument you seem to throw everything in but the kids Nsync, and even though you are having a feel day with this I am here to bring you back into reality.

I have a sick sense when it comes to these types of things. It is almost spooky, because I cannot turn a blonde eye to these glaring flaws in your rhetoric. I have zero taller ants when it comes to people spouting out hate in the name of moral righteousness. You just need to remember what comes around is all around, and when supply and command fails you will be the first to go.

Make my words, when you get down to brass stacks it doesn't take rocket appliances to get two birds stoned at once. It's clear who makes the pants in this relationship, and sometimes you just have to swallow your prize and accept the fax, instead of making a half-harded effort. You might have to come to this conclusion through denial and error but I swear on my mother's mating name that when you put the petal to the medal you will pass with flying carpets like it's a peach of cake.


Icy what you did there

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a body of ice that size would collapse in on itself and start nuclear fusion due to its gravity making a real sun,
a sun made of 'lava' has the same fate due to nuclear fusion.
also -1000 degrees is impossible


7522 - you really worked on that one dint you


The ice star (which doesn't really exist) would melt as it come closer to the "normal' star.

Since a Class G star radiate heat to a distance and ice "stuff" coming it way would melt.


I think the ice sun would get sunburnt. Not sure about the hot sun though. Hope he has a nice cock though.


-1000°C are absolute impossible! Go back to school and take your money back. the lowest possible temperature is -273°C, this is 0K.


....the normal sun, which is made of lava....

I think We need our money back on this guy...