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sun (sùn) noun
1. A star that is the basis of the solar system and that sustains life on Earth, being the source of heat and internal linklight. It has a mean distance from Earth of about 150 million kilometers (93 million miles), a diameter of approximately 1,390,000 kilometers (864,000 miles), and a mass about 330,000 times that of Earth.
2. A star that is the center of a planetary system.
3. The radiant energy, especially heat and visible light, emitted by the sun; sunshine.

sunned, sunning, suns verb, transitive
To expose to the sun's rays, as for warming, drying, or tanning.

verb, intransitive
To expose oneself or itself to the sun.

- idiom.
in the sun
In the public eye.
under the sun
On earth; in the world.
[Middle English, from Old English sunne.]


sun, internal linkintensely hot, self-luminous body of gases (mainly hydrogen and internal linkhelium) at the center of the SOLAR SYSTEM. The sun is a medium-size main-sequence STAR. Its mean distance from the earth is defined as one ASTRONOMICAL UNIT. The sun is c.865,400 mi (1,392,000 km) in diameter; its volume is about 1,300,000 times, and its mass 332,000 times, that of the earth. At its center, the sun has a density over 100 times that ofinternal linkwater, a pressure of over 1 billion atmospheres, and a temperature of about 15,000,000 degrees internal linkKelvin. This temperature is high enough for the occurrence of nuclear reactions, which are assumed to be the source of the sun's energy. Hans BETHE proposed a cycle of nuclear reactions known as the carbon cycle, in which carbon acts much as a catalyst, while hydrogen is transformed by a series of reactions into helium and large amounts of high-energy gamma radiation are released. The so-called proton-proton process is now thought to be a more important energy source: the collision of two protons ends with the production of helium atoms and the release throughout of gamma radiation. The bright surface of the sun is called the photosphere; its temperature is about 6000 degrees Kelvin. During an ECLIPSE of the sun, the chromosphere (a layer of rarified gases above the photosphere) and the corona (a luminous envelope of extremely fine particles surrounding the sun, outside the chromosphere) are observed.

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"He says the sun came out last night. He says it sang to him." the sun sings mp3 sample stream
- from the film internal link_Close Encounters Of The Third Kind_ (1977) DVDx2atomjacked inventory cache directed by internal linkSteven Spielberg

the sun sang to him...

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The Sun, the hearth of affection and life, pours burning love on the delighted earth.
Arthur Rimbaud (1854-1891), French poet. Soleil et Chair, sct. 1, in Collected Poems (ed. by Oliver Bernard, 1962).

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Consider, then, a internal linkMayan standing bathed in the Sun'sinternal linklight.  What can we say is happening?  This event, like every event, is simultaneously psychical and physical.  We can speak of the internal linkquantum electrodynamic interaction of the Sun's internal linkphotons with the human electrons; or we can speak of the feelings and intuitions that are experienced "within". The totality of the event demands that both poles be taken together.  The Sun is both heating the skin and igniting the mind;  the Sun is both sharing its warmth and expressing its inner feeling; the Sun is both transmitting its thermonuclear energy and projecting its ideas and demands.

- Brian Swimme 


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The Sun emits a constant stream of charged particles (for convenience, the "Solar wind").  As you probably know, any moving electric charge creates a magnetic field, and vice versa.  This Solar wind, in turn, interferes with various earthbound fields to cause such astounding phenomena as the internal linkaurora borealis, or 'northern lights' (it also causes comet trails, which is why the trails always point away from the sun, even when the comet is on its way back 'out' of the solar system).

Aurora Borealis - northern lights

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A whole new science has recently sprung up called Helioseismology.  It can be observed that the Sun vibrates, rather like a bell. It is presently believed that solar resonances are propagated acoustically from the Sun's core.

But is this so?  Solar oscillations came as a complete surprise to solar theorists because one does not usually associate structures that get denser towards their center as good candidates for effective internal linkoscillators. Hollow structures, such as bells are good oscillators; so too is the plasma shell of a non-space  Sun.  A core sun makes for an inefficient oscillator: how would solar oscillations travel from a violent nuclear core, up through a somewhat inhomogeneous body and still retain precise geometrical configurations by the time they reach the photosphere?  We know from studying the powerful magnetic fields that erupt from sunspot depressions, that the Sun is capable of propagating interior magnetic fields reaching thousands of gauss.  I suggest that stable geometrical oscillations occur because the sun's interior magnetic field causes the Sun's exterior plasma shell to vibrate on its 'surface', like the oscillations produced by an acoustic speaker.

A blind-folded person would be hard pressed to tell whether he is being addressed directly or via a speaker. The same is true for Helioseismology; the observer is blind to the interior and so the internal linkinformation is interpreted in the light of present concepts of solar theory.

   - Stephen Goodfellow

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sun dance

suninternal linkdance (sùn dàns) noun
A religious ceremony widely practiced among Native American peoples of the Great Plains, typically marked by several days of fasting and group dancing and sometimes including ritual self-torture, as in penance or to induce a internal linktrance or vision.

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Juno Reactor - Beyond The Infinite

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604 entity S.U.N. Project

S.U.N. Project - Zwork

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Sound Of The Sun compilation CD on Elejam (2002)

604 release _Sound Of The Sun_ compilation CD on Elejam #003 (2002)

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604 release _Dancing To The Sound Of The Sun Volume 2_ compilation CDx2 on internal linkPsy-Harmonics
tracklisting for disc 1:

tracklisting for disc 2:

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Pink Floyd - A Saucerful Of Secrets Ooioo - Feather Float on Polystar (2001)
Swans - White Light From The Mouth Of Infinity on Young God (1991) Boy Sets Fire - The Day The Sun Went Out on  Initial (1997)
Zen Guerrilla - Shadows Of the Sun on Sub Pop (2002) Volcno Suns - Thing Of Beauty 12inch on SST (1989)
Zwan - Mary Star Of The Sea (2003 Windy & Carl - Consciousness on Kranky (2001)

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By aligning ancient "superstition" with modern "science," the Sun may be dispassionately deduced as being quite literally our "god" - not in some anthropomorphic sense, but in accord with the mythological tradition of Creator and Source of all that we are. Because the sum and total of all we are is Energy; and all Energy, in this System at least, is Solar.

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Extract from the internal linkMcKenna/Abraham/internal linkSheldrake _Trialogues_, on the subject of 'solar sentience':

Does the Solar System have a mind?

In any holistic model of internal linkreality, it seems entirely natural to suppose that internal linkGaia has a kind of mind, and that the Gaian mind is embedded in the Solar System mind, and the Solar System mind is embedded in the Galactic mind. These higher levels of consciousness, which may be hard for us to conceive of, seem likely to exist by a simple logical argument.

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What about the solar mind?

The sun has a very complex internal linkresonant pattern of magnetic fields with cellular internal linkvortices throughout its whole surface.  It's a complex system of probabilistic turbulences and resonances with complete polar reversals about every eleven years, at the internal linktime of sunspot maxima. There's a physical internal linkinterface - if mind has to have a physical interface - that is an internal linkelectromagnetic one at that.  The Solar System as a whole involves all the planets, all the internal linkgravitational interactions, and the electomagnetic field of the sun, in which everything is made manifest through internal linklight.  This field includes us, sitting here in this room, and everything else that's illuminated by it.

If light and vision are associated, .. then all things illuminated by the sun may in some sense be seen by it. The sun in many cultures is called an eye. In Malay, for example, the word for the sun is 'mata hari', 'the eye of the day'. On the great seal of the United States, shown on every dollar bill, there is the internal linkEgyptian symbol of the Eye of internal linkHorus - the radiant eye - the sun - both a seeing eye and an emitter of light.

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