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Strange skies Answered

Here is a forum to start off the group, and I really don't care if any outsiders choose to look at the antics around. I though we could start off with something a little weird, because -- well, I can. Here we can trade off strange questions of the universe and listen (Or ignore) the opinions/answers/lies others tell you.

Well, to start us off, What do you think a star tastes like? The question has been bothering me all morning. . .

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HMice (author)2012-07-19

I think there is definitely life out there. But where......?

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Thergox (author)HMice2012-07-20

I am not sure, but there is no doubt to be a planet that sustains life just as Earth. There are just too many possibilities for there not to be another wild card -- heck, if they were just bacteria, everyone would go berserk about alien life-forms. Though the only planet I can think of that sustains life is in Alpha Centauri.

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kelseymh (author)Thergox2012-07-20

We don't know of any planets circling Alpha Centauri.

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Thergox (author)kelseymh2012-07-22

Pardon me -- I was incorrect.

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waldosan (author)2012-07-21

take a swig of liquid hydrogen then stick a powered soldering iron in your mouth, that's what a star tastes like.

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Thergox (author)waldosan2012-07-22

That sounds a little harsh.

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inventor_64 (author)2012-07-20

i think there is no taste for a star.there will be many reactions in the star.so anybody want to know taste of the star it is IMPOSSIBLE.

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Thergox (author)inventor_642012-07-20

NOTHING'S IMPOSSIBLE!!! KYAAAAAAAH -- you can never know that, yet. We humans have made so many insane creations, so I wouldn't trash the idea just yet. . . Though I do imagine it would be a painful experience.

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kelseymh (author)Thergox2012-07-20

Lots of things are impossible. Like trying to explain things to the ignorant (see unrelated recent forum topics). Or getting more energy out of a mechanical or electromagnetic system than you put into it.

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Thergox (author)kelseymh2012-07-20

That is a valid point -- in THIS dimension.

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mpilchfamily (author)2012-07-19

To use a quote from the Simpsons. "It taste like burning."

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mh76dk (author)mpilchfamily2012-07-19

Well, you managed to ruin a perfectly good flamefest with fact :-(

nothing more to see here, move along ;-)

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