:m: so i was looking @ my alarm clock tonight and realised that the minutes are just measurements of distance that the Earth is travelling around the Sun. and so, it is kinda ticking away towards when the Earth spirals into the Sun. however, other planets (whatever the closer ones are) should hit the Sun first, and probably slightly alter it's position and whatnot. maybe not.. anywayz, who here has the info needed to calculate the exact second that the last physical piece of the Earth will be fissed and fused by the sun? the Sun's probably a bit hotter than anything on or in Earth, so it might melt before it gets to the surface, but the "mathematical central impact pont" is fine for me. every second is probably technically shorter than the last, eh?