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  • Something with the absortion of the vitamin E
  • Servorum is partially correct, but the vitamin we "absorb" is Vitamin D (specifically D3)
  • To tan celebrities and models..... and I guess it you know helps the plants grow and stuff. I suppose oxygen is a good thing to have.
  • the sun is our source of life. the sun of God. the son of God. sounds the same.
  • Without the sun, I would have no need of trees to provide shade. Things I have no need for are usually destroyed on a massive scale. Be glad we have the sun
  • light heat to make things grow
  • So, we don't freeze in a forever ice age that will sooner or later kill us ALL!!
  • 1) We don't need the sun. Well, at the moment, we need it, but maybe in the future, we could do without it... There are a lot of other stars, aren't they? 2) "While fears over skin cancer have led many to believe they should avoid exposure to ultra-violet rays as much as possible, evidence is now emerging that a lack of sunlight could be linked to illnesses such as depression, cancer and multiple sclerosis." Source and further information: http://www.sundayherald.com/news/heraldnews/display.var.2450049.0.why_we_really_need_the_sun.php 3) "The sun makes us feel good and we all need the sun to survive. Sunlight helps your body to produce Vitamin D which is important for developing and protecting strong and healthy teeth and bones. We can also get Vitamin D from certain foods including milk, fish, egg yolks and fortified cereals. Recent studies have shown that Vitamin D may also help to protect our bodies from many cancers, such as colon, prostate, breast, ovian, pancreatic and digestive track cancers. However sunburn caused by too much exposure to the sun is damaging to your skin." Source and further information: http://www.uvistat.com/Runtime/infoforkids2.aspx 4) "The Earth needs the sun for several reasons. 1. Plants/Trees need sunlight to live, and plants give us oxygen 2. Several research projects showed that human beings need a specific amount of sunlight to function properly. 3. If this planet did not see a sun, it would be too cold for life to live on." Source and further information: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_does_the_earth_need_the_sun 5) "Without the Sun, life on Earth would not exist. Our planet would be a frozen dark ball, drifting dead in space. We need the Sun for light, heat and energy. With the Sun, plants can grow, and animals can eat. The Sun's output changes over time. These changes affect not only our daily lives and climate, but also our communications, such as by satellites. The more we know about the Sun, the better we can deal with these changes." Source and further information: http://www.hao.ucar.edu/Public/education/basic.html
  • Photosynthesis is the basis of the food chain. Not to mention little things like warmth and gravity and days and nights and tides and seasons and vitamin D.
  • To take out the garbage especially at night.
  • So I can get my man-boobs out in the garden.
  • It is the source of all life energy.

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