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nothing...the star closest to ours would do us no harm by going supernova it would be a good light show though ;)

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At a distance of only eight light years the gama ray burst would kill every living thing on earth right down to the smallest microbe most of our atmosphere would likely be ******** away..

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I dont doubt that but the supernova is not possible for a star (our closest one) because of its size and state. It is Proxima Centauri 4.34 light years from earth about the size of our sun and is a red dwaft so it could not go supernova.

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True but this was a hypothetical question..

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We would ALL be crispy!!!<br />
There would be NOTHING left to do!!!

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BA

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In about eight years..

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In a few weeks, i'd enjoy a spectacular light show - even though the bright light would keep me awake at night for a week or so). After that, it'd be back to business as usual.

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In eight years you'd be toast..

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max out my credit card

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I like it!

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I watch those videos all the time , any day could be our last .

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We would mostly likely have a nice clean hole in our ozone la<x>yer from a gamma ray.

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wouldn't care, we have no other stars in our SOL, so it wouldn't affect us

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Our nearest neighbor is eight light years from here... WAY to close to survive that event.

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Nothing different. That would take awhile to affect the earth.

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In eight years we wouldn't have to worry about anything again.

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I would enjoy every minute. I would waste it worrying. I couldn't change anything!

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Probably wouldn't notice.

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Your would definitely notice.

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Can I come with you? :)

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Sorry, can't risk it.

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:(

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:)

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That's just cold...

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Just a girl and her towel. And her epic spaceship powered by some technology we have yet to create.

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I always bring my towel when hitching across the galaxy..

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It's the only way to travel.

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Which star are you talking about? The closest star to Earth that could go supernova is Betelgeuse, 640 light years away, but it poses no threat.

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Good of a time as ever to pick up bad habits

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Nothing. I know doesn't matter what I did nothing will change the fact that we are all going to die

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Correct..

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We wouldn't see it for 4 years and it probably wouldn't effect much here, at most there might be a pulse of radiation but it would be dissipated over a large area, and the closest star is smaller than our sun.

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The gama ray burst would kill us all

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Gamma ray bursts from supernovae are very rare, and the chances of it coming this direction would be very small.

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IF it were to happen at that distance, with or without a gama ray event we would still be killed. Our earth would die.

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Umm no :)

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Um yes...

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Where's your evidence?

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Do some research..

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I did and you're wrong :)

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Ok

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Party like it's 1995.

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