Is it reasonable to assume that the sun has remained in a constant state of heat outpul for the past 4.5 billion years? Given the second law of thermodynamic, i.e., the law of increasing entropy, I'm finding it very difficult to just assume that everything as been stable for that length of time. What sort of theory of stellar evolution would allow the Sun to be in a constant state for 4.5 billion years?... I think such a theory would defy all known laws of physicis.
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