Set the controls for the heart of the Sun (dailymail.co.uk)

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vernes
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Set the controls for the heart of the Sun (dailymail.co.uk)

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive ... t-Sun.html
The downside? It'll take billions of pounds, and more than three decades, to find out.
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Post by TallDave »

The sun isn't a toroid.

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Post by Art Carlson »

TallDave wrote:The sun isn't a toroid.
William Blake wrote:"What," it will be Question'd, "When the Sun rises, do you not see a round disk of fire somewhat like a Guinea?" Oh no, no, I see a toroid.

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Post by TallDave »

Heh.

Myself, I see an innumerable company of PhDs crying “Holy, Holy, Holy is the Tokamak.”

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Post by alexjrgreen »

TallDave wrote:Myself, I see an innumerable company of PhDs crying “Holy, Holy, Holy is the Tokamak.”
"... the Spherical Tokamak", perhaps?
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Post by chrismb »

There is a [man-made] spherical toakamak design, of course, and who's to say that the Sun isn't one inside.

I've proposed that ball lightning is a self-confining toroidal discharge that is also rotating very quickly on two major axes. That'd look like a ball but would still satisfy the 'hairy ball' condition. Maybe you'll find rotating toroids in the sun.....

To anyone that says 'no it isn't', I say 'go to the Sun and drill down 500,000 miles to the fusion core to prove the idea false!!!.... :lol:

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