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ArthurTX

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  1. I was just wondering and it's been bugging me for a long time. We know gravity affect time and the strongest source of gravity is the sun in our solar system. If the sun photons from the center takes thousands of years to escape the Sun's gravity, we have to assume time is slower at the center of the Sun than at the edge. If that is so, is that why it's taking so long for the particles to escape the Sun because they're at a slower time rate than normal space. (Scientist say it's gravity) As the particles escape the Corona sphere there is a phenomenon where the temperature is at its highest. Could this be because time is becoming normal so that their particles produce the most heat at the edge of the sun's hemisphere? Just my thoughts on the mysteries of the Sun.
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