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If you take every element of the sun and plasma(not sure if this is a chemical element haven't researched it) and start the right convergence; such as adding one element to another and sinchronizing the correct order of decay to bring life to the the elements isotopes and add the correct pressure such as dropping it from a high enough altitude would this create a solar flare on Earth? 

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You think the elements the sun are made of are like giants lol. Not they're the same size on earth. A solar flare it a reaction cuased by elements and forces of nature. If you half particles of then sun in a smaller dose it can be done. North Korea just built something that they were attempting to reach the temperature of the sun here on earth. You don't need the whole of the sun to make a fraction of it's solar flare. A solar flare has composition it's not the Earth's atmosphere heating up

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19 hours ago, Whereismymind said:

Your saying 2 only exists because of one plus one. It's like creating the future by only what a handful of people know. Solar flares don't exist because Earth's atmosphere heats up.

You need a solar sized celestial body to create a solar sized flare. That is the answer to your original question.

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Well answer this than. If the sun is a dieing star would adding key elements that are found in newly formed stars given enough time that those elements could produce it's isotopes would that give it new life? If so, would all the materials that the sun has absorbed give it new life being that they weren't detrimental. 

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On 7/20/2021 at 2:05 AM, Whereismymind said:

Well answer this than. If the sun is a dieing star would adding key elements that are found in newly formed stars given enough time that those elements could produce it's isotopes would that give it new life? If so, would all the materials that the sun has absorbed give it new life being that they weren't detrimental. 

Adding more Hydrogen to the sun could keep it going longer but it would be easier to find a new star. Helium is the only element that is abundant on the sun but not on the Earth.

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