Let your SOUL feel the light
the heat
the energy.

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1. Earth Wind & Fire – Sun Goddess
2. The Rascals – Beautiful Morning
3. The Commodores – High on Sunshine
4. Brand Nubian - Wake Up (Reprise In The Sunshine)
5. Science Break #1
6. Erma Franklin – Light my Fire
7. RAMP – Daylight
8. Yesterday’s New Quintet – Sunrays
9. Influences (Sun Ra)
10. Gerry & the pacemakers - Don't let the sun catch you crying
11. Stevie Wonder – A place in the Sun
12. De La Soul – Breakadawn
13. Michael Jackson – I can’t help it
14. Willie Hutch – Sunshine Lady
15. Bill Withers – Ain’t no sunshine
16. Dee Dee Bridgewater – Love from the Sun
17. The Temprees – You make the sun shine
18. Weldon Irvine & The Sisters – Morning Sunrise
19. SCIENCE Break #2
20. The Originals – Sunrise
21. Roy Ayers – Everybody Loves the Sunshine
22. Bobbi Humphrey – Ain’t No Sunshine
23. Augustas Pablo – Thunder Clap (aint no sunshine)
24. Bob Marley – Sun is Shining
25. SCIENCE Break #3 …Beat Konducta – Face the Sun (Africa)
26. Donald Byrd – Summer Love
27. Yesterday’s New Quintet – Sun Goddess
28. Common & Hi-Tek – The Sun God
29. Nas + 9th Wonder – One Love (Wh?knows blend)
30. J Dilla – Light my fire
31. Sun Ra – The Sun man speaks
32. Freddie Hubbard – First Light (Sun Ra speaks again…)
33. Melvin Van Peebles - Heh Heh (Chuckle) Good Morning Sunshine
34. People Under the Stairs – Sunroof
35. Dee Dee Bridgewater – Love from the Sun
36. SCIENCE Break #4
37. The Dramatics – In the rain
38. Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band - Sunshower
39. The Beatles – Sun King

Some FUN SUN facts to feed the seeds... 'blast off, like graduatin' caps tossed'
- The sun is the closest star to Earth and is 149.60 million kilometers (92.96 million miles) away. (c)
- The sun contains 99.85% of the mass in the solar system (h)
- Based on the average life of a G2 star, the present age of the sun is estimated to be 4.6 billion years, halfway through its lifetime. (h)
- Four million tons of hydrogen are consumed by the sun every second, which helps to create the sun’s composition of 75 percent hydrogen, 23 percent helium, and 2 percent heavier elements (i)
- Approximately 109 planet Earths would fit on the surface of the sun and more than one million planet Earths would fit inside of the sun. (d)
- At its core, the sun’s temperature is about 15 million degrees Celsius (about 27 million degrees Fahrenheit). (c)
- The sun radiates heat and a steady stream of charged particles known as the solar wind, which blows about 280 miles (450 kilometers) per second throughout the solar system (d)
- All planets orbit the sun in the same direction, counterclockwise, and on roughly the same plane, known as the ecliptic (a)
- Egyptian, Indo-European, and Meso-American cultures all had sun-worship religions.e
- In ancient Egypt, the sun god Ra was the dominant figure among the high gods. He achieved the highest status because he was believed to have created himself and eight other gods (e)
- While evidence suggests fluctuations in solar activity can affect climate on Earth, the majority of climate scientists and astrophysicists agree that the sun is not to blame for the current and historically sudden increase in global temperatures on Earth, which have mostly been caused by the human race. (g)


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