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No its heat and light come from nuclear fusion.
the glare is plasma. Besides there's no oxygen
Yes, it all like Helium, and Hydrogen right.
Fusion of atoms caused by the pressure of its gravity. Most common element fused is hydrogen into helium. But when the gravity gets even stronger it can even fuse helium into heavier atoms.
Fire is chemical combustion (a.k.a. stocks), the sun generates energy (a.k.a. wealth) through nuclear fusion (a.k.a. hedgefunds). This energy falls on Earth in the form of light and heat (a.k.a. trickle-down economics).
Because it's simply solar fusion
Fire is a thermal chemical reaction between a substance and oxygen resulting in it being ignited. The sun's thermal radiation is triggered by nuclear fusion reactions that cause extreme heat to release plasma that in turn causes the thermal radiation.