Astronomy. . idiots. dding to astronomy, when yoy. i. 'sit' LAJ I. Dreams do not have the ability to live. If they never lived, they cannot be dead.
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#1 - XvAlanavX (05/15/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Dreams do not have the ability to live. If they never lived, they cannot be dead.
#72 - biporch (05/16/2012) [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #35 - hydrosbro (05/15/2012) [+] (3 replies)
According the FunnyJunk, when you make OC
You're actually a few million reposts late
That meme is dead
Just like you're "OC"
User avatar #27 - asterael (05/15/2012) [+] (1 reply)
The sun is a star, I will wish upon that.

Unless it goes out suddenly just to spite me and kill everyone.
User avatar #2 - MIYOL (05/15/2012) [-]
Stars live for billions of years so at few million light years away, it could still be alive, still thumbed though cuz that was good.
User avatar #18 - alltimetens (05/15/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Get your facts straight, dumb ass. People wish on "shooting stars" which are junks of rock called meteorites, speeding through the atmosphere at high rates, and igniting in the process. When the meteorite speeds through the atmosphere, it heats up due to air friction and ignites; making it appear as a star. These are not real stars.

HOWEVER: If you're talking about the stars in the night sky, that's an entirely different story. Single stars that are visible to the naked eye, are only several light years away. So, if a star is 5 light years away, it would take 5 years for the light that was once emitted from the star, to reach you. Depending on size and the burning rate of the star's 'fuel,' stars can burn for billions, if not, trillions of years. The chance of that star dying in 5 years is very slim. So this post is pure bull **** .

Oh, and this a re-post.
#49 - iseeafaggot **User deleted account** (05/16/2012) [+] (1 reply)
I saw this on my facebook newsfeed 3 months ago... This could've been my post...
I saw this on my facebook newsfeed 3 months ago... This could've been my post...
#102 - starvaggi (05/16/2012) [-]
Actually, this is true for some stars and untrue for others.

Some may be dead now; some may still be alive if they were early in their cycles. It depends on the type of star and how far away it is.

Keep wishing kids.
#91 - lookatroll (05/16/2012) [-]
this has been posted so many times
this has been posted so many times
User avatar #56 - gammajk (05/16/2012) [-]
Don't know if this has been said already or not, but our galaxy is only around 100,000 - 150,000 light years across. Nearly every single star lives MUCH longer than that, so the probably of that star ACTUALLY being dead is very slim.

But your dreams are still dead. Oh so very very dead.
#29 - flyingwhale (05/15/2012) [-]
oh this again?i still remember the last *********
#17 - berrabuz (05/15/2012) [-]
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#126 - brianhimself (05/16/2012) [+] (1 reply)
>Implying every star you see in the night sky no longer exists.
>Implying every star you see in the night sky no longer exists.
User avatar #22 - ruinsage (05/15/2012) [+] (1 reply)
considering that most starts live for billions of years, it's very likely that it's not...
#5 - iforgetwhattosay (05/15/2012) [-]
my brother bought his girlfriend a star. he was a few million years late, that star is dead just like his relationship
#11 - dehymenator (05/15/2012) [-]
Wrong, I wish on Proxima centauri.  Proxima centauri is 4.2 light years away and judging from its light output and the fact that it is a red dwarf star (incredibly slow fusion rate from hydrogen to helium) it is expected to last over 1 trillion years at its current output.  meaning that the odds of that star dying in the last 4.2 years almost nill.    
   
If that is too much of chance that the star is dead for you then I will remind you that the sun is also a star.  It takes 8.3 minutes for light from the sun to get to the earth.  For the satement in the op to be true that means that the sun must have died in the last 8 minutes.  Needless to say on the list of things that are likely to happen the sun and proxima centauri dying are still far more likely than you ever getting laid because 1. you are bad at science.  And 2.  this is a repost.
Wrong, I wish on Proxima centauri. Proxima centauri is 4.2 light years away and judging from its light output and the fact that it is a red dwarf star (incredibly slow fusion rate from hydrogen to helium) it is expected to last over 1 trillion years at its current output. meaning that the odds of that star dying in the last 4.2 years almost nill.

If that is too much of chance that the star is dead for you then I will remind you that the sun is also a star. It takes 8.3 minutes for light from the sun to get to the earth. For the satement in the op to be true that means that the sun must have died in the last 8 minutes. Needless to say on the list of things that are likely to happen the sun and proxima centauri dying are still far more likely than you ever getting laid because 1. you are bad at science. And 2. this is a repost.
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