There would be a lot of people out at night causing mayhem. This is not good.
Three nights but i would feed every day heart problems can happen
Day and Night would be equal.
I was wondering what would happen when you stop taking plaquenil after trying it out for 3- 6 months.
What would happen without the lifegiving water of the nile
We would die, we could not survive the extreme temperatures between day and night on Venus.
It would be just like it is, the same things would happen with or without seismologists. (just as it would with or without any other humans)
If you meant that what would happen 'to' the earth without the sun? then we would all die as we would die of the bitter cold and die falling from the darkness. If the question was "what would happen? The earth without the sun? - I dont gett it
There would be no life on Earth without cells.
Forest fires would be much worse than they are, but people would be able to climb Mount Everest without taking oxygen bottles.
Without the Internet, The World would tremble. Political Uprise would happen and many other things can happen.
there would be no wind!
It would depend what it was the first night of what would happen. If it is the first night of a marriage generally people go on a honeymoon.
Photosynthesis would not be able to happen.
we would all die!
they would not grow
you would not be able to hear
The cell would die
Without enzymes your body would process more slowly.
Without yeast, dough would not rise or bake properly.
Seasons would stop. There would be no change in day or night.
we would have no tides and night would be pitch black
If there wasn't day or night on any part of the planet then the planet would not exist. Therefore the question would not exist, neither would you. If there was day, their would be a light source, if their was night, then by virtue, the preceding hours would have been day. Without day, there could be no night. So without day or night is impossible.
most animals would be constantly lost at night.
without cytoplasm the cel would die.