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Posted by M.W.Pearson on March 19, 2003 03:06:22 UTC

Hi Joe, please cite your reference for your statement 150K to 200K years is how long it takes for radiation to go from the core of our Sun to its surface.
And since you have it there, please tell:

1) Does this figure serve for all forms of radiation? Particles too?
2) Is 150,000 years the minimum time required?


And thanks for calling me a boy.
I'm sure Yanniru is also complimented.
At our age, I suspect we seldom hear it.
At least I do.

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