Is the sun giver of all light still?
asked 03 Jan '11, 07:12
Barry Allen ♦♦
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The question has been closed for the following reason "Question does not contain enough detail" by Barry Allen 30 Dec '11, 11:48
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Sorry, but it's not really obvious what your specific question is here. I'm going to close it for now to give you a chance to edit it and make it clearer. Once you've done that, I'll be happy to reopen it again for others to respond to.
so I am not the only one that didn't get it
I think the question is "Without stars, is there no light"
Maybe the poster is asking if the Sun and (light) is alive with a "self" governing its existence, and if this self is self aware and at the same time IS the self we know and refer to as "All that is"
@Wandering Dude: That's very perceptive. The answer is no, there is no light without stars, if by light you mean the electromagnetic radiation that enables us to see with our eyes.
I'd rather answer questions than formulate other people's questions for them ;-)
@Vee - I've rolled back your edit. As a courtesy, it would be better for the original questioner to clarify their own question