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Rocknrollcows

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You know in those movies like "Sunshine" or "The Core" where they make a big*** explosion that supposedly restarts the said planet/sun? Well, I was wondering if that was even remotely possible.
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I started to say "of course not".
But then I remembered that space flight was concidered impossible back when "Flash Gordon" was a cartoon.
And then any kind of flight was imposible before the wright brothers.
hmmmm
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Usually when something explodes, like say a star after it's used up all of it's resources, it makes things worse (like ripping a hole in space on some occasions.) I'm leaning toward the not likely side since the theory (if you can even call it that) doesn't make any since at all.
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we still dont know much about the earth's core or the sun, so its hard to tell if anything like that to work.

but im sure if the sun starts dieing it will prob be running out of hydrogen or what ever stars run on.
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