nothing...the star closest to ours would do us no harm by going supernova it would be a good light show though ;)
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.
We would ALL be crispy!!!
There would be NOTHING left to do!!!
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.
I don't know, but what I do know after seeing some answers in here that our science classes are greatly underfunded.
max out my credit card
I watch those videos all the time , any day could be our last .
We would mostly likely have a nice clean hole in our ozone la
wouldn't care, we have no other stars in our SOL, so it wouldn't affect us
Nothing different. That would take awhile to affect the earth.
I would enjoy every minute. I would waste it worrying. I couldn't change anything!
kiss my *** goodbye!
**** the big breasted woman across the road.
Probably wouldn't notice.
Sorry, can't risk it.
Just a girl and her towel. And her epic spaceship powered by some technology we have yet to create.
It's the only way to travel.
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.
Good of a time as ever to pick up bad habits
Nothing. I know doesn't matter what I did nothing will change the fact that we are all going to die
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.
Gamma ray bursts from supernovae are very rare, and the chances of it coming this direction would be very small.
Umm no :)
Where's your evidence?
I did and you're wrong :)
nothing? it wouldn't affect our solar system for at least another 100 million years
if you're referring to Lalande 21185, that is not the closest star to our solar system. Proxima Centauri, however, is, but as both are red dwarfs, neither one will ever supernova.
ok, so you meant to ask then, what would we do if we only had 8 years to live?
Party like it's 1995.
Nobody would know
We would b toast before we even knew it ,,,, a telescope would see a blip for a second and it would b over