Transcript for What's Scarier: The Ocean Or The Sun?
To conduct a question does not that I didn't -- Which would be most afraid of from the sun. I guess the answer that depends on -- -- So in a billion years the sun's gonna run out of hydrogen that's burned. And it's gonna swell up and become larger than Earth's orbit. -- -- -- -- -- But that's a billion years from now so that we should lose -- -- -- -- In the shorter term I think what we should be worried about -- salute players. And the way they can affect life here on -- An event like that would happen today. We're so dependent on satellites. Cell phones. The Internet power distribution lines all of these things could be disrupted by an excellent I think that's -- we should be worrying about. Bill we think if you stand at the shore on the -- to look out you think you know the ocean that's a big blue -- And we know that the average steps about two miles but we don't knows if you strip away the water. That you find the greatest mountains on earth they dwarf any mountains and these Iraqis the Himalayas it's like he seems on a baseball wraps around here. And it's covered with this blanket of water and so we were used to be sure that because it was pitch black -- someplace that there be no life there. Apple would go there look -- never predicted we've discovered it's more than tropical rainforests. And so we always are taught that the tropical rain forest that's the greatest bio diversity in the planet -- Bottom of the -- what we thought there was no way -- -- is better than the top stories -- -- and we've only export about 5% of the 95%. Who knows what's there. But it amazes me when I. When that we have better maps of the surface of the moon and of martyrs and we -- -- -- -- --
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