not necessarily. if it was the size of a planet then yes, but being as big as a sun it has massive gravity so it sets off cold fusion in the core. its the same as the regular fusion in a normal sun, but opposite
given that they somehow manages to crash into each other, they would probably slowly compact into obsidian from the rapid cooling of the lava planet then start spiraling out of control and start collapsing on each side, creating a giant rock
Due to Brexit the value of the pound has dropped significantly.
Heat is energy, cold is absence of heat, thus absence of energy. If this was possible in any way, the "Cold Sun" will melt and in turn use up all the heat energy of the normal sun. Potentially both could die.
its the units used in all modern science but you can use a converter to change it into degrees fahrenheit if youre more comfortable with the old British Imperial units
Trick question. The question posits that they *could* collide, which is a false assumption. In reality, hot and cold are polar opposites; the repulsive force between the suns would be too great to allow them to get within reactionary distance. To understand this, imagine two magnets, one from the south pole and one from the north pole. As they are polar opposites just like hot and cold they would repulse each other -- in other words, no matter how hard you tried, you would not succeed in bringing the two magnets -- or the two suns -- close together.
>>-1000°C is under the absolute zero and it is not a thing, that can't exist.
>>You are not understanding how a star work
>> I have never seen so much bullshit in a single pic in my entire life
Why is six afraid of seven?
Six hasn't been the same since he left Vietnam. Every time he closes his eyes, he's sees Charlie hiding in the darkness of the forest. Not that you could ever see those bastards, mind you. They were fast and they knew their way around the jungle. He remembers the looks on the boy's faces when they walked into that village and... oh Jesus. He shouldn't think about that now. Sometimes he still hears Tex's slow southern drawl. He remembers the smell of Brooklyn's cigarettes. He always had a pack of Luckys. But the boys are gone now... he knows that. It's--it's just that he forgets sometimes. And sometimes the way that seven looks at him... it makes him think. Sets him on edge. And he feels like he's back there... In the jungle... In the darkness.
If given enough time, both suns when crashed into eachother would merge and equal out to one big sun at 20 million pounds and 0 degrees celtigrade, whatever a celtigrade happens to be.
lmao at all these idiots saying its "impossible" or you "cant have" certain temperatures when other temperatures are apparently perfectly fine
and why? because "science" says so
well "science" is all based on theories. nobody really knows what might exist in the universe, despite scientists saying they know everything there is to know and can never be contradicted.
Judging by your grasp of the English language your universe is not in the Commonwealth or its colonies. Please return to your insignificant shithole and leave us in peace.
Unless you're ready to open your mind to what it did not previously perceive and obtain a higher education. Bruce Lee said: question everything my friend.
You just said something impossible could happen.
>when something impossible happens
And by the cause and effect theorem then if something impossible happened it would have an effect. Your theory has been debunked my friend.
>temparature is the speed of movement
what the fuck are you spouting you uneducated gingerfuck?
>oh hi anon do you wanna go out tomorrow?
>sure shelly just a moment let me check the temperature
>oh no shelly the weatherman said it was gonna be 40 MILES PER HOUR TOMORROW, that won't do, that just won't do at all!
That's deep, bro.
Temperature is a measurement of energy caused by the movement of atoms.
- 273.15C (or something around that value, I don't remember) is the temperature that occurs when the atoms themselves stop moving. You cannot get any colder than that.
That may be true but since we don't even know what atoms are I don't think you have the right to act all high and mighty about it. Did you even take the probabilistic model into account, or are you just insulting people behind you high school physics class?
went super nova because of the mass and heat from impact.
Ice turns into steam, then into super-heated ionized plasma. Now the fusion reactor that is the hot sun has more hydrogyn to fuse, and the excess oxygen combusts and decomposes
Fuck sakes. Atoms vibrate when they are giving energy. You know nothing of simple physics. Literally fission and fusion reactions would not be able to occur if thermal energy was not the movement of atom. Read some nuclear physics books fucktard.
glad you know what you're talking about scientist anon
You retards forgot to factor in gravity. That fusion process would have started long before it got that big and it would be a gas giant. How ever if just blinked into existence the fusion process would begin immediately. Since it would be mostly hydrogen it would burn hotter than our sun.
Sure electrons aren't atoms. But they're inside atoms.
Stay with me for a moment. If you put a cat inside an unmoving glass jar (with holes in the lid because you want the cat to survive of course) and the cat starts thrashing around then the jar will move too. Even if it was unmoving in the first place. Schroedinger's cat.
Same thing with atoms. We don't know under which conditions they could move, even below absolute zero, since we've never brought an object to temperatures below absolute zero. Maybe electrons just whizzing and buzzing about could cause movement in atoms below absolute zero, especially when bringing particular spin into the picture.
game would not let me go colder
Stars are not made of lava.
Secondly there can't be a "Cold Sun" made of ice because for something to be categorize a star it needs to be undergoing nuclear fusion. And the highest level it can get to is an iron. At that point we have a pulsar.
There is no step which can create a "Ice Sun". Unless it is made of some kind of exotic matter.
Besides, an "Ice Sun" if it does exist, would shed off its ice layers almost instantly from solar winds.
notice i had to turn "realistic" off
The real answer is nothing would happen. Because they weight the same and the right one has negative temperature they'd never collide since gravity would pull them together, but since the cold sun has negative temperature it also has negative gravity so it would be pushed away from the hot sun.
The normal star would use the one of ice as fuel.
lacking the celtigrade, but they'd probably break/flow apart and merge into a greater ball with the mass of both and medium temperature of the two suns...
anyway the cold sun must be made of some anomalous ice that shines bright, and theyre low density because theyre 10 million pounds but the same size of the sun (sun is some 4.3 nonillon (4.300.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000) pounds
They put the sun on one side, and weights on the other.
bait but why the fuck not
sun is made of molten rock and metals rather than nothing besides hydrogen and smaller amounts of helium and heavier elements in trace amounts
A sun-sized mass of water wouldn't crush itself into neutron matter if not a singularity
-1000 centrigrade is a thing, and the cooling capacity of ice to anything below zero.
either body would weigh anything remotely close to 10 million pounds
someone want to continue?
The colder an item is, the slower the composing atoms move. Heat excites them, cold slows them. At temperatures below absolute zero, theoretically the atoms remain absolutely still. The lack of movement solidifies the structure and thus makes it brittle/easier to break.
This is why freezing something with liquid nitrogen usually allows you to shatter that item into pieces.
>Cold Fusion dont mean cold
What the fuck dude are you retarded? Why would they call it cold fusion if it's not "cold" "fusion"? Do you even know what adjectives are you waste of sperm?
Sounds like a kid i went to high school with that was full on autism but tried to sound smart all the time. If that's you maxwell, just know i know that you know that we both know.
>implying any of us know anything about advanced quantum state interaction
>tfw the results are altered by you observing them
hold on, who ever said we thought we were smart.
Everything is frequency quantum physics and string theory can be used together if you calculate correct.you can see nassim haramein theory with his equations.isn't it possible to create the same thing but in a different way? Mass or high frequencys?
>women and niggers are quantum
>they exist when they admit their own existence
>anonymous until otherwise
>am a woman
>now the entire thread is in a state of quantum flux
There would be a violent reaction leading the ice sun to melt and the fire sun to burn out.
The better question is, how is it possible for an ice sun to exist? Extreme cold has never been shown to produce light.
it is literally impossible to get to -1000 degrees
that would mean the particles would move in reverse
that would make it impossible for the 2 to even collide since 1 sun is reversing time
nothing would happen other than the ice eventually melting and forming a sphere of water around the sun. the real interesting question is what if we lit the sun on fire (as its made out of hydrogen, common mistake) and then did this.
How the fuck would they even get close to each other?
>quantum physics and string theory can be used together
no, they cannot. welcome to the entire problem. we can't reconcile the differences between string theory and quantum mechanics, it's why we haven't outright declared it as a universal theory of everything.
>ice planet -1000 celtigrade
>"normal" sun (suns aren't made of lava so this isn't normal) is 1000 celtigrade
They would reach an equilibrium temperature of 0 celtigrade upon crashing into each other (ignoring the temperature of outside space)
Since 0 centigrades is freezing temperature, the sun made out of ice would win.
>Trust me, I'm an Ivy-educated sun scientist.
Ignoring all the laws of physics that would prevent both stars from existing, and assuming perfect superposition of all particles upon hitting each other, you end up with a star twice the size and mass of both with a temperature of 500 C.
the suns color can be explained by a simple graph
Has nobody pointed out the fact that if such a horrifying situation were to occur that we would be the most fucked creatures in the universe, we would see a beautiful collision of two celestial body's and seconds later get fucking annihilated. P.S. stars cant get cold
Seeing as there is no such thing as cold.... And what you perceive as cold is just the absence of heat due to the static state of atoms the given object. I would say that the hot sun would lose begin to transfer heat into the cold sun until temperatures are equal
>It's made of god damn plasma
>go to donate plasma
>it sets everything on fire and burns through the floor of the office
>staff somehow gather it up and store it
>trauma victim comes into hospital
>they set up a plasma drip
>trauma victim is vaporized by the heat
It's actually pretty simple, you need to find the specific heat of ice and the specific heat of lava in Celsius and just insert the numbers, but for that we need to make sure what rock the lava is composed of, cause lava is melted rock and different types of rock have different specific heats, oh and btw -1000* C is not possible, it is 727 off of absolute zero, which is the theoretical lowest temp in our universe.
No not really there's currently two stars mutually feeding off of each other in a couple of years they might stop and that may be the biggest super nova ever recorded at least to our knowledge and will be able to be seen from earth at night and I think during the day as well but by the time we have seen them they'll long be gone.
No because the specific heat of lava and water are different, so it wouldn't be 0* C because specific heat determines how much energy it takes to change the temp of an object but yes they would merge.
Theories explain why something happens not what could happen, like the theory of relativity is still a theory despite being proven multiple times over, and any scientist that says they know everything is full of shit and they probably aren't really a scientist.
>implying words can't and don't have multiple definitions
You're seriously fucking retarded aren't you? There are FOUR states of matter. Solids, liquids, gasses and PLASMA you utter waste of resources. Plasma is a super heated gas, so now that you know how utterly fucking stupid you've made yourself look how about you go and do the only sensible thing and slowly fade away into the background like you have your entire pitiful existence.
is the bullshit he made up.
>Schwarzschilds theories apply to general relativity and cannot work within any other framework
>and general relativity is exactly what this towelhead just threw out the window completely
He didn't reconcile a god damn thing. He just threw it all out, came up with a random structure, and started positing that the structure is actually how shit works on a micro/macro scale.
>calabi yau spaces reconcile more differences with less energy and they work with previously established theories instead of throwing out everything we know about physics and pulling shit out of its ass
That's not how theories work.
If you've been proven to be a fag multiple times over (evidence includes taking cock up your ass and sucking dick) then you're not a theoretical faggot. You're just a faggot.
>greatest mind in history
Ok, you're fucking with me.
Well, absolute zero is -273 degrees, and the surface of our sun is 5,500 degrees on just it's surface, meaning the 'normal sun made of lava' is one fifth of the actual sun's temperature, and the 'cold sun made of ice' is far colder than actually possible. This means the cold sun's cold power is far stronger than the normal sun's hot power. The hot sun would lose all energy because you need infinite energy to make something below absolute zero rise by even one degree. The cold sun would be a super-dense black hole, and the hot sun would instantly become a cold part of the cold sun.
Trust me, I'm Neil Degrasse Tyson.
The real answer here is that nothing would happen because neither of these stars could exist. The heated one isn't a star, it's a ball of molten slag, essentially, and the other is just a large ice planet. The more reasonable theory would be a star the size of our sun and a large, planet-like body of ice. The most likely scenario would be that, having an immense gravitation field, the ball of ice would simply steal some planets and asteroids from its system before moving elsewhere. In the unlikely event that they would collide, the ice ball would flash over under the immense heat of the star, but the star would likely remain, cooled off by the expenditure of heat energy from the flash over.
>einstein was a massive autist
>says a massive autist who's accomplished nothing remotely comparable to einsteins contributions