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From water bottles to the oceans, can all the water in the world cool the sun down? Well, can it?

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No, it'd be like trying to put out a forest fire with a drop of water.
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Vahvi wrote:

No, it'd be like trying to put out a forest fire with a drop of water.


I figured as much but I just needed to know.
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qualeshia3 wrote:


Vahvi wrote:

No, it'd be like trying to put out a forest fire with a drop of water.


I figured as much but I just needed to know.


Yeah, The current estimation of how many earths you could fit in the sun sits between 1,000,000 to 1,300,000.
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Vahvi wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:


Vahvi wrote:

No, it'd be like trying to put out a forest fire with a drop of water.


I figured as much but I just needed to know.


Yeah, The current estimation of how many earths you could fit in the sun sits between 1,000,000 to 1,300,000.


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Not a chance. That's like trying to chill a volcano with a bucket of water. The sun is ungodly levels of hot, and over a million times larger than earth. That and it gets hotter and hotter the closer to the center you get. Any sort of water would "evaporate" before it got even remotely close to the thing.
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Posted 11/14/16 , edited 11/15/16
not only would it not be enough, it would actually make it hotter, though by a very tiny amount.
you're giving it more fuel for the chemical reaction taking place.
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Kazzooey wrote:

Not a chance. That's like trying to chill a volcano with a bucket of water. The sun is ungodly levels of hot, and over a million times larger than earth. That and it gets hotter and hotter the closer to the center you get. Any sort of water would "evaporate" before it got even remotely close to the thing.


Makes sense.
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Posted 11/14/16 , edited 11/15/16
The sun produces energy by nuclear fission, water wouldn't work because it wouldn't affect the sun's ability to fuse atoms into larger atoms.

Water would only be viable if the sun was basically a giant bonfire, which it's not.
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Posted 11/15/16
No way
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no
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Thanks for the comments, cool people.
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Posted 11/15/16 , edited 11/15/16

qualeshia3 wrote:

Thanks for the comments, cool people.


lets toss all those cool people into the sun and see if it helps lmao

the ice queens can go too
shoo shoo
ye just gotta let it go w/ these types
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Wouldn't it be like throwing gas on a fire?

Okay, the sun is hot enough that it forms plasmas, so the water would be broken down into hydrogen and oxygen molecules. And so that hydrogen would just add fuel to the fusion furnace that is the sun.
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