So I was listening to the radio this morning and they asked people to call in with space facts and this dumb bish calls in with her super intellectual space fact
"All the starts in the sky are actually dead but the light takes so long to get here we don't know it yet"
How are women this stupid?
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07-25-2013, 09:14 PM #7
This isn't true for EVERY star, however there is some truth to her comment.
Some stars are so far away that the light they emit takes millions or even billions of years to reach earth. It takes so long that some of the stars we see are actually long gone (they have become supernovae, or eventually just burned out). In reality what we see is actually what the star looked like in the past, and not what it actually looks like now.
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I don't know where she got the part about them ALL being dead but, it's possible though...minus the sun and gravitational issues that if all the stars were to die, we wouldn't visually see the closest ones go out for another 4 years since it happened.The Jerk store called, they're running out of you!
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