Just a friendly reminder from your pals at SEB…

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  1. All right there, Mr. Cynical Skeptic Guy! I can see from this just how little you know about SCIENCE and the amazing new discoveries and techniques in Wish Technology. ™

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  2. Ahhh, Moloch got there before me!

    Haa, I was obviously a couple of kilometers too late!

  3. Funny, but not true.

    The stars you can see with the naked eye are all closer than 17000 light-years. The chance that any of them is that close to its end is remote.

  4. @David,
    Betelgeuse (only 640 LY away) is expected to explode as a type II supernova, possibly within the next million years.

    At that short distance a type II supernova might even affect us????

  5. I see conflicting views on supernovas as a threat. One site has NASA saying 50 light years would be a safe distance. Several others say that T Pyxidis, at over 3,000 light years, would destroy the ozone layer if it went supernova. So I don’t know about Betelgeuse.

    In a million years we should be able to shield the Earth from UV while the ozone layer regenerates. Unless we turn our backs on science.

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