What would life on Earth be like without night?
You'd probably be living in Alaska during the summer. You should read the story Nightfall, by Isaac Asimov.
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 without 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…
i would have to say yes only because without the sun we would have no life on earth as we know it and if there were no nucleus there would be no cell if there i would have to say yes only because without the sun we would have no life on earth as we know it and if there were no nucleus there would be no cell if there
THERE HAS TO BE OXYGEN. Without oxygen, there would be no air for animals to breathe. Without animals, there would be no carbon dioxide for plants to breathe. THERE HAS TO BE WATER. Without water, the Earth would look exactly like Mars- a dry, barren desert. THE SUN IS ESSENTIAL. Without the Sun, Earth would be as cold as Pluto. It would be snowing every day!