Discussion in 'Soap Box' started by Petal, Jan 6, 2010.
Interesting. However, I've read that the "X-Radiation" that would emenate from the blast would be less than what we already recieve from the solar flares from our sun.
thats intersting,thanks for postin it
Swoosh, and we would all be dead....
Lol they forgot to include:
"T Pyxidis may be in fact a "ticking time bomb," and potential threat to the Earth if it were to go supernova, which it may do sometime in the future, though very, very far in the future on our timescale: by Scion's calculations, at least 10 million years."
What about "beetlejuice" then? (Betelgeuse) in fact that star could've blown up already... It would take more than 400 years to pick up the first signs of it, though (due to the distance) I cannot remember if the scientists are expecting B as a deadly threat or not, but it might be so.
And we'll all be dead before we can see it.
Life will recover from that, I suspect. If a civilization derived from our modern one is still around there, humans will survive too.