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2nd Jan '16 10:15:29 AM Pinokio
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* ''Film/TwoThousandTwelve'': Charlie Frost's animation shows a sun emitting extreme amounts of radiation, represented by the sun wearing a red headband and firing bullets from a machine gun, the bullets representing neutrinos, then smoking a joint.
25th Nov '15 8:53:45 PM Stealth
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* The sun in ''Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily'' is obliviously cheerful, friendly, and completely unaware of what happens if you share ''too'' much sunlight with Earth.
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* The sun in ''Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily'' is has a face and sometimes talks to the other characters in the strip. Unfortunately, it's also obliviously cheerful, friendly, and completely unaware of what happens if you share ''too'' much sunlight solar energy with Earth.Earth (that is, reducing every living thing on the planet to cinders).
25th Nov '15 8:52:43 PM Stealth
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* The sun in ''Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily'' is obliviously cheerful, friendly, and completely unaware of what happens if you share ''too'' much sunlight with Earth.
16th Oct '15 9:28:24 AM AndyLA
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* In ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' (specifically ''Stardust Crusaders''), the Sun is a ''Stand'' of all things. Well, actually the Stand is [[{{Pun}} standing in]] for the real Sun, in order to try and take out the heroes, by giving off ludicrous levels of heat and attacking with solar lasers. It is only dispelled when they manage to knock out the Stand's user.
6th Oct '15 7:58:08 PM MyFinalEdits
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* The ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series has a weird sun which orbits around the roughly pentagram-shaped planet. One of the bosses is a sun that follows the circle-with-short-triangular-rays design. ** In Kirby's Adventure, you fight the Sun (or a sun) and it has gloved hands and feet. It is also only about twice as tall as Kirby, and tag-teams with the moon.
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* The ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series has a weird sun which orbits around the roughly pentagram-shaped planet. One of the bosses is a sun that follows the circle-with-short-triangular-rays design. ** In Kirby's Adventure, design. And in ''VideoGame/KirbysAdventure'', you fight the Sun (or a sun) and it has gloved hands and feet. It is also only about twice as tall as Kirby, and tag-teams with the moon.
6th Oct '15 6:20:31 AM Introbulus
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** In Kirby's Adventure, you fight the Sun (or a sun) and it has gloved hands and feet. It is also only about twice as tall as Kirby, and tag-teams with the moon.
26th Sep '15 2:18:28 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* When it was born, our Sun was about 3/4 times as luminous as is today[[note]]It's very probable, however, our eyes would not notice that[[/note]], but far more active with among other things far more flare activity as well as a stronger solar wind. Conversely, in a few billion years when it enters red giant-mode it will become a bloated, distorted star that will strip [[DeathWorld Earth of its atmosphere and oceans as well as melt Earth's surface before absorbing it]].
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* When it was born, our Sun was about 3/4 times around 75% as luminous as is today[[note]]It's very probable, however, our eyes if we could see the young Sun would not notice that[[/note]], but far more active with among other things far more flare activity as well as a stronger solar wind. Conversely, in a few billion years when it enters red giant-mode it will become a bloated, distorted star that will strip [[DeathWorld Earth of its atmosphere and oceans as well as melt Earth's surface before absorbing it]].
25th Sep '15 2:01:08 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* When it was born, our Sun was about 3/4 as luminous as is today[[note]]It's very probable, however, our eyes would not notice that[[/note]], but far more active with among other things far more flare activity as well as a stronger solar wind. Conversely, in a few billion years when it enters red giant-mode it will become a bloated, distorted star that will strip [[DeathWorld Earth of its atmosphere and oceans as well as melt Earth's surface before abosrbing it]]
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* When it was born, our Sun was about 3/4 times as luminous as is today[[note]]It's very probable, however, our eyes would not notice that[[/note]], but far more active with among other things far more flare activity as well as a stronger solar wind. Conversely, in a few billion years when it enters red giant-mode it will become a bloated, distorted star that will strip [[DeathWorld Earth of its atmosphere and oceans as well as melt Earth's surface before abosrbing it]]absorbing it]].
25th Sep '15 2:00:28 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* When it was born, our Sun was about 3/4 as luminous as is today[[note]]It's very probable, however, our eyes would not notice that[[/note]], but far more active with among other things far more flare activity as well as a stronger solar wind. Conversely, in a few billion years when it enters red giant-mode it will become a bloated, distorted star that will strip [[DeathWorld Earth of its atmosphere and oceans as well as melt Earth's surface before abosrbing it]]
21st Jul '15 8:38:24 PM Pinokio
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* The miniature sun in ''Film/SpiderMan2'' shows no effects of radiant heat, radiation, or gravity on those nearby, having no effect on physical matter when handled by a set of metal arms or when idly floating in an unshielded "containment field". There's no way to estimate mass or density. Is the sun's own gravity holding it together, and is that gravity coming from its mass despite its size, as its miniatured molecules simulate macro-scale gravity while still allowing thermonuclear fusion of hydrogen into helium at its core to take place, in a safe and cozy environment, without killing everyone nearby?
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