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  1. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    bingo
    is where they study Higgs boson
    Its where the THINK they found a higgs boson. It is pretty revolutionary if they did. Next up is validating string theory!

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  2. Quote Originally Posted by Danb2285 View Post
    Thank god this thread finally got interesting
    shyte's too intellectual for me nao..
    i'm outta here

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Coolazice View Post
    Actually, no it's not. Attachment 77430Carry on.
    This diagram only represents how small our star compares to much larger stars in the known universe. It does not represent the scale of size of all stars compared to our own. There are more than 12 stars after all.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    shyte's too intellectual for me nao..
    i'm outta here

    Right...all this talk about stars has me confused...I never was good at geology though
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  5. ^^ that one was so good, i had to take a chance on being called a fanboy again....
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Shame on you for not paying attention in High School science classes. Our sun is a medium size star. There are stars that are waaay bigger than our sun such as the Betelgeuse star which is 700 times bigger and 14,000 times brighter.

    By the way, you do realize planets aren't stars right?
    There was a lot that scientists didn't know when I was still in school that they know today... I've been out for quite a few years. Heck, Pluto was the 9th planet back in those days. Anyway, the sun is a very small star - not a medium one.

    As far as the planets go: Yeah, I realize planets aren't stars. What did you want me to do, edit the whole picture when the purpose of it is comparison?

  7. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    OK, allow me to points out some tid bits of info.

    We know some of the the elements that make up life (carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, etc) are the necessary building blocks for life, correct? And we know that these elements are formed within stars and are the most common elements on the universe. So I would ask, considering what makes us up is found everywhere, what is there to prevent life other places? Some might say life is the inevitable result of complex chemistry. So why can't there be? Another tid bit, yes we haven't found anything but how big is the universe vs how far we have looked? Did you know that we can safely say that there are more stars in the universe than there are individual grains of sand on every beach in the world! Considering our sun is only a medium size star, and that the ingredients for life are found EVERYWHERE in the universe, I think it is quite plausible that other life exist out there. There even floats an idea that life exist and knows we exist but won't attempt to communicate with us because we are that stupid compared to them. Think about this, chimpanzees share about 99% of DNA with humans. So within that 1% difference we are able to do amazing things like build hydrogen colliders and launch satellites into orbit, build cars and planes, etc. All this because we are only 1% different. Now imagine if this other life out there is also 1% different than us in the same direction that we are different than chimpanzees. Perhaps these life forms exist and just don't care to talk to us because we would be too stupid to understand. I mean when's the last time you tried to have a conversation with a worm or an ant?

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    Well you can't argue with theory

    Haha, i'll admit defeat. I believe that, although the possibility for life (at least life on a planet that replicates the conditions of our own) is low, I find it hard to fathom that there is no forms of life out there; whether that be an intelligent race or just bacteria thriving off mars dust.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    This diagram only represents how small our star compares to much larger stars in the known universe. It does not represent the scale of size of all stars compared to our own. There are more than 12 stars after all.
    Right.... which means there is likely to be millions or billions that are much larger. Calling our sun "medium" when it is so tiny compared to several that we know of being larger is just silly.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Coolazice View Post
    Right.... which means there is likely to be millions or billions that are much larger. Calling our sun "medium" when it is so tiny compared to several that we know of being larger is just silly.
    Unless you consider the many we know of that are smaller than our sun.

    We know of a fair amount that are larger, we also know of a fair amount that are smaller.

    Thus making ours, medium size.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post

    Unless you consider the many we know of that are smaller than our sun.

    We know of a fair amount that are larger, we also know of a fair amount that are smaller.

    Thus making ours, medium size.
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  11. just got back on this thread. how the heck did we get from PP to how our sun differs in size with other stars?!
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    Unless you consider the many we know of that are smaller than our sun.

    We know of a fair amount that are larger, we also know of a fair amount that are smaller.

    Thus making ours, medium size.
    Our sun is just too tiny on the comparison chart for me to believe it is large enough to qualify as medium. I could be wrong, but I don't think so.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Coolazice View Post
    Our sun is just too tiny on the comparison chart for me to believe it is large enough to qualify as medium. I could be wrong, but I don't think so.
    On one chart.

    I could find one study that says protein causes kidney dysfunction, will that one reference cause you to remove protein from your diet?

  14. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    On one chart.

    I could find one study that says protein causes kidney dysfunction, will that one reference cause you to remove protein from your diet?
    Now you're jumping to protein? lol

  15. Quote Originally Posted by R1balla View Post
    just got back on this thread. how the heck did we get from PP to how our sun differs in size with other stars?!
    And now protein, apparently. lol

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Coolazice View Post
    Right.... which means there is likely to be millions or billions that are much larger. Calling our sun "medium" when it is so tiny compared to several that we know of being larger is just silly.
    Or, conversly, that millions and billions are much smaller. If I showed you a picture of structures being compared by height and it started with a mansion (being reference to the sun) then showed pictures of the Aon Centre being next to the Suntrust Plaza being compared to the 21st centery tower and so on and so forth until being lastly compared to the Burj Khalifa, that would indicate that mansions are the smallest structures but doesn't take into account all the smaller houses that populate the planet in which would outnumber larger structures.

    Therefore making mansions amoungst the medium sized buidlings. poor comparison, but hopefully you catch my drift haha.

    It could well be a small star for all I know, but that chart doesn't show much as it is only 11 other stars; when if you look up at night you can visibly see (without a telescope) approx. 10,000.
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by Coolazice View Post

    Now you're jumping to protein? lol
    It was just a comparison to something I assume we are all familiar with.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    ... or just bacteria thriving off mars dust.
    Ever heard of seed theory?

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  19. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Or, conversly, that millions and billions are much smaller. If I showed you a picture of structures being compared by height and it started with a mansion (being reference to the sun) then showed pictures of the Aon Centre being next to the Suntrust Plaza being compared to the 21st centery tower and so on and so forth until being lastly compared to the Burj Khalifa, that would indicate that mansions are the smallest structures but doesn't take into account all the smaller houses that populate the planet in which would outnumber larger structures.

    Therefore making mansions amoungst the medium sized buidlings. poor comparison, but hopefully you catch my drift haha.

    It could well be a small star for all I know, but that chart doesn't show much as it is only 11 other stars; when if you look up at night you can visibly see (without a telescope) approx. 10,000.
    I'm sure there are many that are smaller. But look up in the sky or at one of the shots from outer space - virtually every star you're seeing in those pics or with your naked eyes is larger than the sun. That alone makes ours the runt of the bunch.

    Anyway, it's been fun, but maybe we should just agree to disagree here.

    Btw, I have no clue what any of those structures you mentioned looked like (or at least by name). lol

  20. Neil deGrasse Tyson refers to our sun as a medium size star. That's all the confirmation I have to know

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  21. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Neil deGrasse Tyson refers to our sun as a medium size star. That's all the confirmation I have to know
    Gonna have to Google that one.

  22. Thanks for the read.. made it a quick work week

  23. Quote Originally Posted by Coolazice View Post
    Calling our sun "medium" when it is so tiny compared to several that we know of being larger is just silly.
    no need to be condescending, mate


    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    I could find one study that says protein causes kidney dysfunction, will that one reference cause you to remove protein from your diet?
    umm, actually no, you cannot
    no such study, with healthy individuals, exists


    let's get back to reality round heah

  24. While searching for a quote from Neil deGrasse Tyson, I came across this video.... As if I didn't feel insignificant enough.


  25. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    no need to be condescending, mate

    umm, actually no, you cannot
    no such study, with healthy individuals, exists

    let's get back to reality round heah
    Again, as I said earlier. It was an example, to prove a point. (That one reference does not equate to scientific fact)

  26. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Ever heard of seed theory?

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    Nope, whats that entail?
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  27. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    (That one fabrication does not equate to scientific fact)
    okay, now i agree


    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Nope, whats that entail?
    is where we sprung up from seeds, of course
    a variation of the bible, where we were created from dirt

  28. Quote Originally Posted by Coolazice View Post
    I'm sure there are many that are smaller. But look up in the sky or at one of the shots from outer space - virtually every star you're seeing in those pics or with your naked eyes is larger than the sun. That alone makes ours the runt of the bunch.

    Anyway, it's been fun, but maybe we should just agree to disagree here.

    Btw, I have no clue what any of those structures you mentioned looked like (or at least by name). lol
    It would appear google would agree with you that all visible stars are larger than the sun haha, if that is true, I did not know that lol.

    I guess its not overly important, just makes for fun discussion
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  29. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    okay, now i agree



    is where we sprung up from seeds, of course
    a variation of the bible, where we were created from dirt
    Sprung from a seed? Who watered us?
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  30. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Sprung from a seed? Who watered us?
    exactly - a minor (black) hole in that particular theory
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