How does the sun not melt from setting into the ocean?
- Pearl LLv 73 months agoFavorite Answer
cause god made it that way
- JackolanternLv 71 month ago
Same reason cars don't fall of the edge of the world just because they suddenly drive of sight!
- 2 months ago
the sun is very far away from us.
- rogerLv 72 months ago
Because it is about 93 million miles from the ocean. And the sun is already very hot -- glowing plasma.
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- RetiefLv 72 months ago
The sun is 150 million kilometers from the ocean, how would it melt.
- Bill-MLv 72 months ago
Are you really that stupid?
- wobafettyLv 63 months ago
At this point I get decide whether to leave a very stupid response just for fun, or to leave a very serious, factual, logical response, and make myself look like an even bigger idiot.
- BrianLv 73 months ago
Because it sets past the edge of the flat earth.
- 3 months ago
It does everyday.. and a new one comes out from the skies. Once they run out of suns, then we're in trouble.
- MandyLv 63 months ago
Wasn’t worth it.