Is it possible that our Sun is cold?

Is it possible that our Sun is cold?

Written by Carlos Heron

13 April 2014

It is an interesting question:  Why is it cold in Space when the Sun’s temperature is hundreds of thousands of degrees Celsius?

The alternative theory says that the our sun is a large element that would emit high radiations through the vacuum in all directions, therefore, it is not a big fireball; when the signal reaches a planet, it could heat them depending on the air quantity found in its atmosphere – if the atmosphere is rarefied the planet is colder than the other planets with a dense atmosphere – it is worth remembering here that we already know the heat comes from the ground.

What can we say about the solar storm?

The main reason is because of the physic and chemistry impacts between the particles from the planets around the sun, so these old particles bump into new particles releasing energy when it returns to the sun atmosphere – Truth is this theory makes sense to me.

Maybe scientists could prove it in the future.



2 Comments For This Post

  1. Joe Smith says:

    Very good blog.Really looking forward to read more. Will read on…

  2. Houde says:

    Major thankies for the post.Much thanks again. Great.

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