Hello, New here, hoping to get some answers... So here's my dilemma, me and my friend are having this debate. He claims that a beam of energy, of any size, even smaller than an ant, should be enough to destroy the sun. His theory is that, if the beam carries enough energy to rival the gravitation binding of the sun, it would just disrupt it and cause the sun to go nova. Basically the theory entails that a beam of energy is shot at the sun, then the sun absorbs energy and then blows up, due to the excess energy absorb for its gravitation binding. To be honest I see a lot of holes in this theory, and I don't understand gravitation binding that good. So is there any merit to this, lets say hypothetically you can generate a beam with that amount of energy. Would it work the way he planned?