The Future isn't what it used to be

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Literally, every single power source you can think of comes from the sun. 100%. I dare anyone to come up with a power source that doesn't come from the sun.

Nuclear, as in uranium and such were created inside a star that went supernova (not our current star, but still a star), which created everything in our planet: all the iron, copper, gold, rock, magma etc., and resulted in the forming of our current star, the Sun. All the heat (geothermal) came from there too. Thanks for playing.
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Literally, every single power source you can think of comes from the sun. 100%. I dare anyone to come up with a power source that doesn't come from the sun.
Nuclear, as in uranium and such were created inside a star that went supernova (not our current star, but still a star), which created everything in our planet: all the iron, copper, gold, rock, magma etc., and resulted in the forming of our current star, the Sun. All the heat (geothermal) came from there too. Thanks for playing.
You said “the sun” not “a sun”. You even used the word “literally”.

Nice try, moving the goalposts.
 
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There was a time, in the 80's when I used to drive all up and down Baja with my 82 Subaru wagon. Anyway, back then I would go for a month without any phones or any connection to my other life in the US. I loved it!!!!

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There are quite a few people (including myself). That are surprised/amazed that I've survived to become an old man. :ROFLMAO:
It would have been even more of a surprise if you survived to become a dolphin.
 

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It would have been even more of a surprise if you survived to become a dolphin.
There's still a chance. ;)

I've actually started down the brightly lit tunnel (I could hear Hendrix playing in the background), only to be rudely awoken by 2 Doctors working to bring me back. I've always liked the lyrics from Bowie's Heroes, "I wish I could swim, like dolphins can swim".
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