If earth's gravity disappeared, all laws of physics would have been changed and life as we know it would end. Objects would be launched from earth, and in fact the entire earth would fly apart. The atmosphere would be flung into space, and everything else would be flying out behind it. In short, a very quick death for all life forms. Fortunately, universal gravitation is not something that can be turned on and off, so the occurrence is virtually impossible.
drift thru space
because the planets use the sun's gravitaional pull if it lost it all the planets would spiral out wards and earth would freeze because of no heat.
No. Earth's gravity is a result of its mass.
i dont no but something big will happen
He will be so pleased to find that he has lost 62% of his weight that he may want to stay there.
Answer The answer to this question is very simple. Gravity is the force that keeps our feet on the ground. Without gravity the human kind would most likely perish. This is because with no gravity there would be no way to stop we the people from floating far into space and way beyond to parts of the universe that have no oxeygen or places that there is nothing to survive off of.
If the Earth had no gravity all the oxygen would wander off into space and be lost. We wouldn't be able to breathe and we'd all die.
The earth and all the other planets would be flung out into space.
It would drift out into space at a constant speed along the tangent to its orbit when gravity stopped.
Then the Earth would lose most of its defenses against the Sun's harmful radiation, which would have severe climatic consequences.
Everywhere. It is so ubiquitous and omnipresent that it is never lost.
No oxygen will be on earth. Life will be lost