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The Earth will not explode. In about 5 billion years time, the Sun will have burnt all of it's hydrogen and will expand into a Red Giant. It's outer envelope will extend to th…e orbit of Venus, maybe further. Earth will not exist as we know it, but the planet will still exist. It will not explode. It's outer layers may melt and be vaporised, but the actual planet will still exist. Life will have died out millions of years before but the planet will still exist, even after the Sun has shed it's outer layers and become a white dwarf. Over time, the Suns remnant will cool and the Earth will become nothing more than a very cold rocky planet orbiting a cold stellar remnant.
We'll all die.
If we let this global warming go on.. the earth will explode on year 2023!! This is said by certified scientist...
We as humans wouldn't exzist we would all die the human life would be over
There is nothing within the Earth that might cause it to explode.
The most obvious advantage of saving the earth from manmade global warming is that human life will be able to survive, and the circle of life will continue on. Saving the …earth is also a common interest that can overcome all cultural, religious, and national boundaries.
Maybe you should find out yourself.
I think it was sent in 2000 and it takes about 14 years to get there so it might get there in 2014 and get back here in2028
This can't really happen. Using Einstein's E=mc2 with m = the mass of the Earth (6 x 1024 kg) and c = the speed of light (3 x 108 m/s), we get E = about 5 x 1041 J. In other w…ords, if somehow the entire mass of the Earth were converted into energy, the total energy would be less than 1042 J. Googling around, I find estimates of the maximum supernova output from 1044 to 1046 J. So, converting the entire mass of the Earth to energy (and there's no reasonable way I can imagine to do that) would only release somewhere between 1/100th to 1/10,000th of the energy of a supernova, depending on which number we use. - in other words, much less than 1%. I advise you to research the numbers yourself if you want a closer estimate. So, taking your question literally, to explode the Earth with the force of a supernova, you would need some source other than the Earth itself to supply essentially all of the energy. The only reasonable source of that much energy I can think of is a real supernova, a large star exploding at the end of its lifetime. So, seems to me the only way this could happen would be if (really, really, really big if) the solar system some day crosses paths with a huge old star, and the gravitational interaction happens in just the right next-to-impossible, easier-to-win-the-lottery-a-zillion-times-in-a-row way to throw the Earth into the huge old star AND at just that instant, the star goes supernova. In that case, because of the disruption of the Earth's orbit around the Sun, life on Earth would have been wiped out long before, and so there would be no one left aboard to worry about it - except possibly humans who have migrated to some other home. When the star blew up, the Earth's material would be vaporized and mixed in with the other stellar debris, and there would be no more Earth. The atoms that used to be the Earth (and you and me and everyone and everything on it) would continue to exist. Perhaps with time, they would become a tiny part of a newly formed sun and solar system. After all, many of our atoms were made in stars and supernovae eons ago. You are made of stardust.
It is a certainty that the world will end. The bible tells us about it and what to expect.
If the Sun suddenly disappeared, all of the bodies circling it would take off into space on straight line trajectories tangent to the previous orbit with the same velocity the…y were orbiting the Sun when it disappeared. This is called conservation of angular and linear momentum and conservation of energy. The Sun and the solar system are not floating on anything. The sun is not massive enough to explode/go nova, and it is not massive enough to become a black hole. When the Sun runs out of hydrogen to fuse into helium, there will be a helium flash, then the Sun will start to expand to become a red giant or super giant star. Eventually the sun will become a white dwarf star surrounded by a planetary nebula that will slowly dissipate as the Sun orbits the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. This is a scientific understanding of basic physics, including how gravity works.
It has not exploded in the past 4600 million years so it is very unlikely to explode in the next 1000 years.
by planting more and more trees and avoiding deforestation