32 thoughts on “Does sun loose energy?”

  1. how about dumping the whole idea of exercis and freaking out late nights and sleeping late in the mornings!!!

    BTW, i went for a midnite cruise one nite, hyde roads + weather made it an excellent setting…

  2. how about dumping the whole idea of exercis and freaking out late nights and sleeping late in the mornings!!!

    BTW, i went for a midnite cruise one nite, hyde roads + weather made it an excellent setting…

  3. Now i know what drives us night owls!

    Kris, Plan a late night one day during the WC. Will treat you to som hair-raising, jungle drive that you will pray to forget!

  4. Now i know what drives us night owls!

    Kris, Plan a late night one day during the WC. Will treat you to som hair-raising, jungle drive that you will pray to forget!

  5. im not a science student but how can the moon gain energy… moonlight is the sun’s light being reflected… so the moon does not have any energy of its own….
    pl correct me if im wrong!!!
    wen u exercise in the morning u are burning fat… wen u exercise in the evening, wat u burn are the calories that u have put eating watever junk u have during the day….

  6. im not a science student but how can the moon gain energy… moonlight is the sun’s light being reflected… so the moon does not have any energy of its own….
    pl correct me if im wrong!!!
    wen u exercise in the morning u are burning fat… wen u exercise in the evening, wat u burn are the calories that u have put eating watever junk u have during the day….

  7. the sun is always rising in some parat of the world. it sets on us and at the same time is rising elsewhere. so what does that mean? more energy or less energy? or what?

  8. the sun is always rising in some parat of the world. it sets on us and at the same time is rising elsewhere. so what does that mean? more energy or less energy? or what?

  9. praty: ahem 😉

    Ashwini, I guess of whatever little I know, the total energy remains the same. When the sun is first coming into view, the intensity may be a little less but I believe the energy is the same.

    Anangbhai, Cancer but most importantly, boredom and monotony. Once these are cured, then we shall spread sunshine!

  10. praty: ahem 😉

    Ashwini, I guess of whatever little I know, the total energy remains the same. When the sun is first coming into view, the intensity may be a little less but I believe the energy is the same.

    Anangbhai, Cancer but most importantly, boredom and monotony. Once these are cured, then we shall spread sunshine!

  11. infact i do think that sun loses its energy in the evening… i discovered this phenomenon after i tried to cook rice in a solar cooker at 6:00 pm… it wasent cooked…HENCE PROVED!

  12. infact i do think that sun loses its energy in the evening… i discovered this phenomenon after i tried to cook rice in a solar cooker at 6:00 pm… it wasent cooked…HENCE PROVED!

  13. @ravi… whatever!!!

    @adarsh… damn, i could not catch that mistake… im angry at myself…

    @nut… thnx!!! u jus proved my grandmother’s theory…

  14. @ravi… whatever!!!

    @adarsh… damn, i could not catch that mistake… im angry at myself…

    @nut… thnx!!! u jus proved my grandmother’s theory…

  15. I have an eye for spelling mistakes. Even I’m angry at not having picked that up.

    Anyway, as you said, it happens to the best of people :p

  16. I have an eye for spelling mistakes. Even I’m angry at not having picked that up.

    Anyway, as you said, it happens to the best of people :p

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