If it was, it wouldn't be called "too much." In very severe cases, you can die from overexposure to the sun. You can get sunburn from prolonged UV exposure, sun exhaustion, sun stroke, and sun poisoning. As someone that grew up on the beaches in Florida, we would always take white very light cotton long sleeved shirts with us to the beach. During the hottest parts of the day, we would throw our shirts on over our swim suits to avoid overexposure. That is also the reason that you see desert natives wearing long clothes, despite the heat. They know they need to protect themselves.
It is. It is called sun-burn. A good example of too much of a good thing.
Water is good.
Too Much Sun was created on 1990-10-10.
Why not have it just where it is? We have a good thing going here on earth, and it is based on our orbit about the sun and the sun's location in the Milky Way. It's not too hot nor too cold, and we don't have too much interference from other stars.
Very much, vitamin D comes from the sun and is an important nutrient for the body. You have to be careful when you go out into the sun for too long though, wear sunscreen.
You can get cancer because too much sun destroys the skin tissues causing cancer.
The ultraviolet light of the sun will give you good color, but too much exposure can be dangerous.
Ra was their Sun God, and as such, it was believed that he controlled the sun. Not enough, or too much, sun meant poor harvests, the same as today, regardless of the real reason for it.
The cancer caused from tanning beds or too much sun is skin cancer.
Hot. Soft. Massive (too much gravity)
Too much sun
Too much isn't good ... just enough is good, though.