Without sunlight, plants die, then animals die.
Without sunlight earth's atmosphere cools.
Note that the Earth does not immediately freeze. The Earth's interior contains many radioactive elements and as they decay the heat released will keep the interior warm for a long time to come. The surface, however, will rapidly radiate heat into space, and fall to the temperature of the solar system's outer planets.
Earth's oceans contain considerable latent heat, these would require months or years to freeze solid. The ocean surfaces would begin freezing from the poles towards the equator within a matter of weeks.
Grass and trees would begin dying within days. Pine trees would last among the longest as these can remain buried beneath ice for months at a time. Water would precipitate out of the atmosphere, making the air very dry and cold.
If the sun went missing altogether, which is the source of gravity holding the solar system together, the planets, including Earth would fly off in straight lines until ultimately interacting with some other massive body millions of years hence.
It would freeze over.
If that will happen life on earth would be wiped out. Most ultraviolet light heading for earth would be blocked by the ozone layer.
Nothing would happen on Earth. I mean none of the things that happen now.The Earth would be come totally cold and totally dark, and you could forget aboutplants, animals, people, liquid water, or light to see anything with.
As there will be no heat or light , life will end.
I think we'de just get, like, no nighttime light except for the stars. There would be no tides and earth would be flooded. How on Earth does the Earth flood b/c of the MOON? No offense.
ha ha well nothing would happen because there was no life on earth.
if there was no light you would be blind duhhh!
We would all die. even if the earth didn't get pulled in by the gravity, no light or heat from the sun would destroy all life on the planet.
1)the earth will have no light 2)there would be no plants 3) there would be no human life 4)there would be no technology 5)no buildings and houses
Well apperently they would be millions of miles away from earth attending to their light year and of how fast it is.
The earth would be flat
the earth would be destroyed
if that happen the earth would not be how it is today . There would barley be anything on earth because energy makes the world what it is today
the earth would die
Nothing, not even light, can escape a black hole. So Earth would get caught into the black hole's path and we would be sucked up and crushed to oblivion
if there were no moon, there would be no light in the sky at night (earth would be a lot darker at night, earth's days would be longer (earth will rotate slower), and there will be no tides (the moon pulls the tides)
what happen if there is no light house
Nothing. If the earth were not there, there would be no tides on earth.
There would be no light for the plants. All living things on earth would freeze due to lack of heat. There would be no day, only night.
There would be no life on earth.
The first that would happen, if the sun suddenly vanished, is that the gravitational force that keeps Earth rotating around it, would vanish with it. That would make Earth and all other planets to go in a straight line, (think of the centrifugal-force). The light, and all electromagnetic radiation (that has been threw away from the sun) will, however, still hit the Earth for about 8 more minutes, due to the speed of light and the range sun-Earth.
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
Kiss the earth
There would be no life.
we would be dead