Is Rain Living or Non-living, and Is the Sun Living or Non-living? Please state evidence?

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Please tell me if the Sun, and rain are living or non-living

6 Answers

  • Non-living, although rain might be said to contain some microscopic organisms

  • Sun Living Or Nonliving

  • haha. rain is non-living as a whole, but it could have bacteria and such in it. I dont really know any evidence for that. The Sun is non-living because nothing we know that’s organic can survive that kind of heat. For the sun, we also have a pretty good idea on how it works, and atoms/molecules/elements arent alive.

  • water has feelings , the video repeats the scene

    the sun is alive, a star is born, grows and when it begins to run out of its hydrogen fuel, it burns helium, and after helium is unable to burn it goes to burn Carbon-Nitrogen-Oxygen.

    It reminds me of the quote;

    “Do not go gentle into that good night. Rage, rage against the dying of the light.”

    this is exactly what stars do.

    Why does the moon have a face?

    Why does the Orion nebula have a horse head?

  • they are living…just look at their souls

  • So you worship MICTLANTECIHUATL, by any chance

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