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Thought for the Day
Ok I just typed in to Google. ” How much Hydrogen dose the sun burn?” – It gave me this.
The Sun consumes about 600 million tons of hydrogen per second. (That’s 6 x 108 tons.) For comparison, the mass of the Earth is about 1.35 x 1021 tons. This would mean the Sun consumes the mass of the Earth in about 70,000 years.
Then I searched “is oxygen Needed to to burn Hydrogen?” – It gave me this.
A fire cannot burn without oxygen.
Do you see the problem ?
We are being lied to People.
The predominant element in the Sun is hydrogen, and then helium: by mass, it is 70% hydrogen, 28% helium, 1.5% carbon, nitrogen and oxygen, and 0.5% all other elements. ~http://www.space.com/17170-what-is-the-sun-made-of.html