Most of us have learned in school that there are three components required for fire: fuel, oxygen and heat. But there is no oxygen or any other gas in space because the gravitational pull of planets keep gasses within their atmosphere. How, then, does the sun burn without oxygen?
The answer is that the sun actually doesn't burn, not in the sense that we are used to. The heat and light of the sun is due to the nuclear reactions that occur inside it. To us, it appears as though the sun is on fire but it is not.
The nuclear reactions within the sun are so powerful that its core temperature reaches 27 million Fahrenheit (15 million Celsius).
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It's a measure of how dumbed down people are these days, that you have to explain that the sun isn't on fire, and doesn't need oxygen to burn!
Of course this is all by design, fluoride in the water and toxins in the vaccines, I hope to see you do an infobite on that one day.