Lifecycle Of A Star

  • metta

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    Oct 08, 2012 5:31 AM GMT
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  • DanOmatic

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    Oct 08, 2012 5:28 PM GMT
    At first I thought this was going to be something like this:

    1. actor gets "discovered" (eg protostar)

    2. gets role that launches career (main sequence star)

    3. loses control of one's life and sense of priorities (red giant)

    4. discovers cocaine and other highly addictive drugs until he develops a rap sheet and begins to look like hell and doesn't get any more roles (white dwarf)

    5. ends up in the dustbin with other washed up stars. (black dwarf)
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    Oct 08, 2012 9:01 PM GMT
    DanOmatic saidAt first I thought this was going to be something like this:

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    5. ends up in the dustbin with other washed up stars. (black dwarf)


    ....The Love Boat and Hollywood Squares?
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    Oct 08, 2012 9:06 PM GMT
    I know my own star burnt out a long time ago... then again, I'm not one to bask in the glow of the limelight much... unless you like seeing someone being altogether, "what you get" in person, online... icon_neutral.gificon_neutral.gificon_neutral.gif
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    Oct 08, 2012 9:17 PM GMT
    Beaux said
    DanOmatic saidAt first I thought this was going to be something like this:

    .....


    5. ends up in the dustbin with other washed up stars. (black dwarf)


    ....The Love Boat and Hollywood Squares?

    In the old days. Today they go on Dancing with the Stars or attempt to give humorous commentary on World's Dumbest Criminals.
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    Oct 08, 2012 11:06 PM GMT
    JR_RJ saidI know my own star burnt out a long time ago...
    I co-own that same star. It's called the sun. It'll burn out again in a few billion years, reshuffle the solar system, and "reincarnate" back into another sun, planets, moons, and other icy rocky gassy space stuff.
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    Oct 08, 2012 11:17 PM GMT
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    JR_RJ saidI know my own star burnt out a long time ago...
    I co-own that same star. It's called the sun. It'll burn out again in a few billion years, reshuffle the solar system, and "reincarnate" back into another sun, planets, moons, and other icy rocky gassy space stuff.

    Story of my relentless life... rising from the ashes, yet again...icon_neutral.gif
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    Oct 08, 2012 11:34 PM GMT
    I don't mean to be rude, but what is the point of this thread? I mean, the life cycle of a star is cool, but was there any point you were going to make regarding this? Or just an informative diagram/image?
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    Oct 08, 2012 11:37 PM GMT
    JR_RJ said
    paulflexes said
    JR_RJ saidI know my own star burnt out a long time ago...
    I co-own that same star. It's called the sun. It'll burn out again in a few billion years, reshuffle the solar system, and "reincarnate" back into another sun, planets, moons, and other icy rocky gassy space stuff.

    Story of my relentless life... rising from the ashes, yet again...icon_neutral.gif
    It wouldn't seem so bad if the sun were a bigger star. Then it could go supernova each time it burns out. That would be kinda badass.
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    Oct 08, 2012 11:38 PM GMT
    Achillesblade saidI don't mean to be rude, but what is the point of this thread?
    The point is to bring something of interest to people who aren't interested in boring stuff like celebs and porn.
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    Oct 08, 2012 11:42 PM GMT
    paulflexes said
    JR_RJ said
    paulflexes said
    JR_RJ saidI know my own star burnt out a long time ago...
    I co-own that same star. It's called the sun. It'll burn out again in a few billion years, reshuffle the solar system, and "reincarnate" back into another sun, planets, moons, and other icy rocky gassy space stuff.

    Story of my relentless life... rising from the ashes, yet again...icon_neutral.gif
    It wouldn't seem so bad if the sun were a bigger star. Then it could go supernova each time it burns out. That would be kinda badass.

    Stars can never be big enough, until they become black holes from the unsustainable mass of their own fame...then theres no turning back...forget that mess.
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    Oct 08, 2012 11:50 PM GMT
    JR_RJ said
    paulflexes said
    JR_RJ said
    paulflexes said
    JR_RJ saidI know my own star burnt out a long time ago...
    I co-own that same star. It's called the sun. It'll burn out again in a few billion years, reshuffle the solar system, and "reincarnate" back into another sun, planets, moons, and other icy rocky gassy space stuff.

    Story of my relentless life... rising from the ashes, yet again...icon_neutral.gif
    It wouldn't seem so bad if the sun were a bigger star. Then it could go supernova each time it burns out. That would be kinda badass.

    Stars can never be big enough, until they become black holes from the unsustainable mass of their own fame...then theres no turning back...forget that mess.
    Even black holes eventually expend all their energy, dissipate, and reform into another solar system.

    The Phoenix will always rise again...until a mega dust storm buries it in dirt.
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    Oct 08, 2012 11:55 PM GMT
    paulflexes said
    JR_RJ said
    paulflexes said
    JR_RJ said
    paulflexes said
    JR_RJ saidI know my own star burnt out a long time ago...
    I co-own that same star. It's called the sun. It'll burn out again in a few billion years, reshuffle the solar system, and "reincarnate" back into another sun, planets, moons, and other icy rocky gassy space stuff.

    Story of my relentless life... rising from the ashes, yet again...icon_neutral.gif
    It wouldn't seem so bad if the sun were a bigger star. Then it could go supernova each time it burns out. That would be kinda badass.

    Stars can never be big enough, until they become black holes from the unsustainable mass of their own fame...then theres no turning back...forget that mess.
    Even black holes eventually expend all their energy, dissipate, and reform into another solar system.

    The Phoenix will always rise again...until a mega dust storm buries it in dirt.

    I'm still here...odd, I run from this stuff, not sure it happens...guess the price for the free shine is loneliness... I'd give away popularity for one good relationship...