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The sun's life will end in 5-10 billion years. Articles differ in time predictions. Our sun is approx, 4.6 billion years old so it is about halfway thru it's life cycle. It will continue to get hotter as it's life ends.
As it heats up a percentage of the sun's rays heat/affect earth's core which may at certain levels, increase earthquakes and volcanos. Some of the Sun's rays also, bounce of the planet and go back to space. Some of the sun's rays heat our atmosphere. Both atmosphere and core will rise in temperature on Earth during this time of sun warming which is why we need to do all we can to slow this Earth warming process by modifying our activities here on Earth to keep our home planet cooler. As the sun increases it's heat levels, over a billion years, life on Earth will not be able to tolerate the rise in heat. Although the sun has about 5-10 billion years to live, All living things only have about 1 billion years on this earth before extinction due to the rise in heat and effects on our eco-system.
Predictions are that as the sun's heat rises, the colder planets around us will warm and melt and possibly become locations for New Earths. With a little help from terra- forming, or if terra forming occurs naturally as the planets heat up some experts believe that we could "Planet jump" our way away from the sun's heat as a species. Other's are considering the possibility of moving earth so that all living things survive. They believe that when the time comes, as the sun heats, humanity could just move Earth over a little to give us time to find another sun to replace the one we are losing. If anything is possible, then there is no limit to possibilities.
Question? Given the advancements we may make in the future, would it become possible to move a different sun to meet us halfway in space, to minimize the trip earth would need to take to be in a safe position with a new sun and moon?
Question: How long is the distance earth would need to travel to be in the nearest exo-planet healthy system?
Answer: about 85,000 yrs.
We have found 4096 Exoplanets so far. Proxima B is the nearest exo-planet at the moment and is 4.6 light years away. One light year is 6 trillion miles away. so 6 x 4.6 is 27.6 trillion miles away. Doing that math, it takes 18,499 years to travel one light year. Multiply that by 4.6 light years, and it would take us 85,095.40 years to reach the nearest exo- planet using the technology that we have today by space craft. Those calculations do not include how long it would take if the goal was to move the planet Earth to a distant location beyond our solar system.We would need to have a sun or heat source and a moon to effect our tides and make sure our rotation of earth and magnetic field remain the same to sustain life, and more, so there are a few things to figure out. Modern humanity it is said began to develop around 200,000 yrs ago. From that designated point, we as humans have developed quite far,. In all probability, we will find a solution in time if we all, in all generations do our part.
The ark solution of years ago.. is one method to consider if our Sun were to become too hot to allow Earth to sustain life. Some scientists disagree with this approach. they believe that instead of taking just a portion of all living things and allow the rest to perish in a disaster such as the biblical flood, that this time, we save all living things.. not just a portion but that we follow the Shakleton way of thinking and save each and every life of and stay together. It is possible that all living things are on this earth to benefit our eco-system.. We are finding purposes for plants, minerals, and system functions all the time. We have to accept that our species may need all of the living things on this planet to survive therefore we need to move as one intact cell, to wherever we go in order to succeed in saving our species. Send Ideas to NASA, and let's see if we can solve this in time to find a safe place for humanity to thrive in far in our future well beyond the 1 billion year predicted marker. Maybe our generation's next genius is you!
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