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# What evedence shows a star will burn out?

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For a start, the Law of Conservation of Energy. In case you don't know about it, I suggest you do some reading; it will help you understand not only that stars have to burn out, but several other things as well. Actually it would help to know about both the First Law of Thermodynamics (basically the Law of Conservation of Energy), and the Second Law of Thermodynamics.

For a start, the Law of Conservation of Energy. In case you don't know about it, I suggest you do some reading; it will help you understand not only that stars have to burn out, but several other things as well. Actually it would help to know about both the First Law of Thermodynamics (basically the Law of Conservation of Energy), and the Second Law of Thermodynamics.

For a start, the Law of Conservation of Energy. In case you don't know about it, I suggest you do some reading; it will help you understand not only that stars have to burn out, but several other things as well. Actually it would help to know about both the First Law of Thermodynamics (basically the Law of Conservation of Energy), and the Second Law of Thermodynamics.

For a start, the Law of Conservation of Energy. In case you don't know about it, I suggest you do some reading; it will help you understand not only that stars have to burn out, but several other things as well. Actually it would help to know about both the First Law of Thermodynamics (basically the Law of Conservation of Energy), and the Second Law of Thermodynamics.

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For a start, the Law of Conservation of Energy. In case you don't know about it, I suggest you do some reading; it will help you understand not only that stars have to burn out, but several other things as well. Actually it would help to know about both the First Law of Thermodynamics (basically the Law of Conservation of Energy), and the Second Law of Thermodynamics.

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