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What will happen if there is no Gravitational Force on the Earth ??

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Asked by MadhavisManbyChoice, 22 Apr '13 09:55 am
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We will enjoy earth like moon
Answered by krish, 22 Apr '13 09:59 am

 
  
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Let's assume that everything about the earth that we know today remained the same, except its gravitational pull. And let's say that earth suddenly LOST its gravitational pull. This means that you have no weight.
So, let's say that you decided to go for a dive in your swimming pool and you jump off the diving board. Instead of falling into the water for a fun splash, you'd go flying into the sky and you would never come back. Scary thought, isn't it? In fact, it gets much, much worse. Not only would you go flying off to Neverland, but the moon would likely fling out of its orbit around our planet. This would probably pull a huge tidal wave up and over the world. And since water binds to itself, the world ocean would probably follow, blocking out the sun, and either causing us to boil or freeze (I don't know). But that's a very unlikely scenario.
Now let's assume that earth originally formed without any gravity and somehow life was still possible. We'd be much different as a species. ...more
Answered by Quest, 22 Apr '13 11:29 am

 
  
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There would be no life here
Answered by rajan, 22 Apr '13 10:06 am

 
  
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