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Posted by Shae on August 5, 2004 01:18:31 UTC

If the sun had already supernovaed, we would all be dead. Fried. Wiped out. And seeing as how we aren't... I believe the sun still has at least 50 million years under it's belt. It's still a relatively young star. And if it was a white dwarf... it'd be white.

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