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NASA's Evil Lucifer Project
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Posted 10/5/07
Jupiter or Saturn? Turn it into a sun. Is that the thing?

No. Neither Jupiter nor Saturn has enough mass to allow nuclear fusion. Simple.
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even though... if they make either of the two planets a sun, they'll just mess up the gravitational pull of the sun and cause chaos to the orbits of the planets...
plus, there won't be night anymore as there is a sun on both sides of the galaxy...
this is such a stupid idea....
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Posted 10/5/07
A) Impossible B)Stupid C) There is no C Bwhahaahaha! ^^
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Thank you, Mushy. I would have had an ulcer if I had to beat both those people down with a bat. Misinformation hurts me... a lot.
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www.youtube.com/rockmx8

Check out the video of my friend at my page to be sure that this will NOT HAPPEN. It proves that it's not possible and GOD WILL HELP US any ways.
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...dont get it
Posted 10/5/07
What a weird topic
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goddammit,,,,,,,damn you NASA
Posted 10/7/07
listen up. this could not happen. know why? because our nuclear bombs only cause about 1-5 megatons of destrustion to the earth. it take 100's of millions of megatonic force to even destroy our planet. what makes you guys think that we can light Saturn aflame if we cant even destroy our own planet? and no it is not possible to turn a planet into a star because stars get their energy from nuclear fusion, which is too difficult to explain. even if we did have the fire power to light Saturn on fire, it would only be a flamming ball of gas and not in a plasmic state of matter like the sun so therefore, it is impossible for us to turn a planet into a star. now it may be possible through some miracle of God but otherwise no. besides lighting it on fire wouldnt radiate the earth with nuclear particles, though the earth would heat up and the ice caps would melt and night would be a bit brighter(again Saturn would not have the properties of a star so it couldnt do the same things as the sun.). and as soon as it burned up, there would be a massive loss of gravity and things would get distorted and misaligned. but all that is what would happen if we could and did. again, we cant.
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either its crap, its fake, or, its real and SCREW NASA. were all gonna die if its true.
Posted 10/7/07

victor321 wrote:

either its crap, its fake, or, its real and SCREW NASA. were all gonna die if its true.


read my post and be enlightened, Christ on crutches, people really should read previous posts.
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Pointless in so many ways anyway.... When the sun dies (so many years in the future as to not matter), it will first expand into a red giant... which will engulf Earth also.

Point in attempting to make a second sun when earth itself is gone?
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Besides the fact that while it is theoretically possible, no known science can do it at the moment. Nuclear bombs don't have near enough energy (and just adding energy isn't the way to do it anyway). You would need 1 of 2 things: some kind of catalyst that would start fusion (if the gas mix was even right) or gravitation based compression (don't hold your friggen breath) since gas giants don't have gas in the proper density anyway (way too diffuse).
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And if anyone seriously thinks NASA is planning something like this..... con-artists have much more beleivable products to sell you for their monetary gain. Infact I think I have some land you could buy.....
Posted 10/7/07
I'm scared ^_^;
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Okay you know what? I am reporting this thread. Why? Because...Anyone dumb enough to believe this idiotic theory is evidently not smart enough to be allowed the privilege of thread creation...No let me amend that...In my honest opinion, anyone dumb enough to believe a conspiracy theory this dumb should not be allowed the privilege to exit and I will be more than happy to revoke it if you wish...

Here let me put it even more simply...

666_lucifer_666 you are wrong...Everyone else that realizes this is a load of shit is right...

End of story.


despk wrote:

i think its possible but we would be dead anyway since usually a supernova creates the cloud of gas and other rubbish needed to form a sun but it takes too long to form one anyway.
Also if there was a supernova near us we will die in a instant lol

Not a supernova...Sorry to burst your bubble, but it wouldn't even be close, even if we somehow blew up a planet...


TimAng54 wrote:

even though... if they make either of the two planets a sun, they'll just mess up the gravitational pull of the sun and cause chaos to the orbits of the planets...
plus, there won't be night anymore as there is a sun on both sides of the galaxy...
this is such a stupid idea....

You mean SOLAR SYSTEM, not galaxy...Plus, if Jupiter were turned into a small star (somehow ---> beyond current human means...also a huge IF) then it would exert the same gravitational pull as it does now, stay in the same orbit, ect...We would merely have a binary system with some more habitable moons and planets, that's all...
Posted 10/7/07
But I kind of want it to happen.. =( Yeah I'm scared but it sounds cool. And besides, the way things are going, tons of people are gonna die soon from shootings, bombings, etc. anyway. Those ways suck. Some big ol' space explosion sounds cooler to me.
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