How does the Sun hold together?

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markjo

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Re: How does the Sun hold together?
« Reply #120 on: June 22, 2009, 09:35:04 AM »
How is that any more silly than large quantities of quarks and antiquarks existing together in an unbound state for thousands of years or more?

For one thing, the anti-Sun is underneath the Earth. We would notice any stream of antimatter between the two arcing across the sky. For another, going with your suggestion of the Shadow Object, we would see the Sun lit at a single bright spot on its surface where the antimatter hits it rather than homogeneously. The only sensible explanation is that the Sun is the source of its own power.

Then you need to come up with a sensible source of that power.  So far you haven't.  That is unless I missed it where you've shown evidence of a large supply of stable mesons in the sun and a process by which those mesons are broken down into unbound quarks and antiquarks for annihilation.
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Re: How does the Sun hold together?
« Reply #121 on: June 23, 2009, 02:17:31 AM »
Then you need to come up with a sensible source of that power.  So far you haven't.  That is unless I missed it where you've shown evidence of a large supply of stable mesons in the sun and a process by which those mesons are broken down into unbound quarks and antiquarks for annihilation.

I never suggested there was a large supply of stable mesons within the Sun.
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Re: How does the Sun hold together?
« Reply #122 on: June 23, 2009, 02:20:55 AM »
Then you need to come up with a sensible source of that power.  So far you haven't.  That is unless I missed it where you've shown evidence of a large supply of stable mesons in the sun and a process by which those mesons are broken down into unbound quarks and antiquarks for annihilation.

I never suggested there was a large supply of stable mesons within the Sun.

This illustrates just why I dislike FE trolls so much. He hasn't made a definitive post summarizing his FE Sun at all. He is just baiting us to draw it out and have you believe he might actually know what he is talking about. Don't you get it? He has no clue but he his trolls skills are up with Tombot's.
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Re: How does the Sun hold together?
« Reply #123 on: June 23, 2009, 07:30:19 AM »
Then you need to come up with a sensible source of that power.  So far you haven't.  That is unless I missed it where you've shown evidence of a large supply of stable mesons in the sun and a process by which those mesons are broken down into unbound quarks and antiquarks for annihilation.

I never suggested there was a large supply of stable mesons within the Sun.

Then what, pray tell, are you suggesting?
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Re: How does the Sun hold together?
« Reply #124 on: June 23, 2009, 10:20:08 PM »
Then what, pray tell, are you suggesting?

Just what I said:

Well, if you would prefer you can think of the FE sun as one giant hadron, as for all intents and purposes it is a collection of quarks bound together by the strong force.
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Re: How does the Sun hold together?
« Reply #125 on: June 24, 2009, 08:48:16 AM »
Then what, pray tell, are you suggesting?

Just what I said:

Well, if you would prefer you can think of the FE sun as one giant hadron, as for all intents and purposes it is a collection of quarks bound together by the strong force.

No, I would not prefer to think of the FE sun as one giant subatomic particle 32 miles in diameter.  That's just silly.
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Re: How does the Sun hold together?
« Reply #126 on: June 29, 2009, 02:06:53 PM »
So, Robosteve, if the strong force stops your sun from imploding, then what stops it from exploding? If that was also the strong nuclear force then the balance between the two would surely vanish very quickly.