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OUR SUN IS NOT A MASSIVE BURNING NUCLEAR CAULDRON

OUR SUN IS NOT A MASSIVE BURNING NUCLEAR CAULDRON: Our sun is about 3,100 miles away and is about 32 miles in diameter..The sun has electro-magnetic properties…

Try spending some time if you will thinking about this…At ground level the sun is really hot but as you go higher in the earths atmosphere the heat is less..this is because there is less oxygen…so as you get nearer so called space where there is no oxygen then it stands to reason..there is no heat…in fact at that point you can’t even see the sun!! I know you will find this hard to accept because we all have been fed a false reality which has been planted solidly in our brains and we have never questioned what we have been told and just take thees things as facts, when they are not!

Imagine if the sun was really 93,000,000 miles away, just crossing to a different country, say from the UK to Spain a mere 1500 miles you will get burnt in the sun…the only way this could happen would be if the sun was very near, 3,100 miles away..not 93,000,000 miles away.

Next note the angle of the suns rays…you can follow these rays back to their sauce…and you will see how near our sun really is..If the sun was really 93,000,000 miles away then the suns rays would hit our earth parallel and not be angled down at about 45%..

So please do some research into this and flat earth, be open minded and ask a few questions, what harm can it do other than to wake you up to the lies we have been taught!

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