What would you like to do?
If life didn't have plastic, then there might not have been other things. For example: A coke bottle is made out of plastic, so if we did not have a plastic bottle…, we might not even have had coke. For all you know, maybe we wouldn't have all the things we have today. :)
I've always found it cheerful. We don't have the cheer-leading obsession in England, although there are signs of people trying to make it less of a fringe activity.
If you did not have bones, then you wouldnâ??t be able to walk upright. You would really just move around a bit like a blob.
it depends on what you mean... the earth without plant life is not good. the earth is essentially plant life, so in essence it would just be a floating rock. But the earth wit…hout human life-- now that's a different question. Without human life it would just go on the same way it always would. Nature eating, protecting, and producing nature. the weather would be purely natural. But there would be no evolution. No discoveries, explorations, nourishment, and tipping the cycle of life. Human life has both tainted and expanded the natural world. And that is my lecture on 'what would earth be like without life?'
smelly with of dreadlocks here and there \\/ery awful, but in the olden days really had hair products but they wear hats
it would be boring (even though some stations are boring) but still, they play good songs. :) sometimes :/
I imagine it would be totally unlikely to exist as we know it, if at all. Consider that: Phosphorous is part of the ever important phospholipid bilayer of cell membranes. T…he individual cells ability to exist as a discrete unit, bound by a selectively permeable membrane is essential to it's function.Phosphorous plays a major structural role in DNA and RNA. It is the phosphates forming diester linkages with ribose sugars that make up the DNA & RNA 'sugar-phosphate' backbone.ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is the key form of energy driving biochemical reactions. (eg. cellular respiration, photosynthesis, muscle-movement and many many more important reactions). So, imagine living organisms without functioning cells, DNA or energy? This is just a few examples I can think of that would effect life without phosphorous.
It would be hell on earth.
Life would be much better... and there would be fewer problems between people
without integers then we will do things wrongly....we would not know how to measure what is the height above sea level is nor know how much you have to paid for your food mayb…e your food don't even have a price.
The world would be soo much healthier.
There wouldn't be any life. Cell membranes are all made of phospholipid bilayers.
Some say that we would revert to a bartering society.IE you swap goods & services fwith others. Unfortunately we all need money now adays, at least in civilised society.
Life would be horrible. People would go their appointment on the right day but what time?
Horse Isle two, right? It's honeycomb.