In a message dated 10/4/2001 12:48:36 PM, holderlin66@...
<< I still have difficulty working with what Steiner said about how if people
travelled to the Sun, this burning ball, they would find something totally
different then they had expected. >>
*******It's true. One of the puzzles of materialist astronomy is that the
interior of the sun is cooler than the surface. This is the reason why
sunspots appear dark, as they are holes in the corona leading to the
interior. The Sun is not the ball of burning gas they imagine. The energy
coming from the sun becomes heat on its surface, but its interior shows no
sign of the heat that's found on the surface. It is not at all the way it's
imagined. Indeed, since heat tends to cancel out magnetism, the Sun could not
be both hot AND the center of a powerful magnetic field. The same is true of
the interior of the earth.