If a near-miss event happened where the gravitational pull of the sun was suddenly replaced by that of the Earth, it would have catastrophic effects. The gravitational effect of the sun is roughly proportional to its size, so if a large amount of sunlight suddenly replaced this decrease in gravity, we would be thrust into an entirely new state of existence.
This state of existence is very similar to our current existence, but with more freedom and opportunities. We would have more chance to discover things and explore them, which is what we are most interested in.
This might sound crazy, but it really does happen occasionally. When this happens, you can see it with your own eyes. It looks like there are two bright points in space that almost touch each other, and they merge into one big point. This happens once in a while, and people who look for it describe it as “the flash”.
The sun would freeze
If the gravitational pull between the sun and earth were to suddenly change, we would not continue to move in towards the sun.
This would be extremely strange, because continued moving in towards the sun results in greater heat.
The pressure of the sun would cause parts of our planet to freeze and shift.
This could have a huge effect on our climate, as more ice would block out more solar energy and heat.
If this happened, we would still be Living With A Large Density Of People And Things, As More Would Need To Be Constructed To Reassure Those Who Would Experience An Acceleration That The Earth Was Resisting That Acceleration. This is an expected part of any announcement of an accelerating rate of climate change.
The Earth would freeze
If the gravitational pull of the sun were to suddenly cease, then the Earth would begin to fall into orbit. This would cause it to continue moving in its orbit, but with a much less intense movement.
This decreased movement would cause an immense pressure on the earth, as it continued its path around the sun. This pressure could break any solid objects that were in its path, causing them to shatter or fold over.
This enormous force could potentially destroy any structures it passed through, making it an extremely hazardous place to live. Fortunately, this is not a realistic scenario where the earth is currently at present time, so we are not likely to see dramatic changes like that.
However, if our planet suddenly came under severe gravitational forces, then people who lived on Earth would be in danger.
Life on Earth would be destroyed
If a super gravity between the sun and earth suddenly vanished, earth would continue moving in its orbit as it always had.
This would mean that everything on earth would be destroyed! Most animals wouldn’t be able to survive this, as their habitat is in the sky!
However, we humans could still survive this. As we are connected to the rest of the universe, we would still have access to space travel and other sci-fi things. We are the only ones who could afford such things, so people like me and you keep going into space!
If this happened, people like me and you would go out into the vacuum of space and find a new habitat.
The Earth would continue moving until it hit another object
if the gravitational pull of the sun and the moon were to suddenly cease, then the Earth would continue moving in its orbit for a short period of time before coming to a stop. This wouldn’t happen often, however, since they are in orbit around the sun.
The Earth would continue moving until it hit another object, such as a continent or island. If it did happen by accident, then there was no need for additional warning because there is always another continent or island around to hit!
This is why it is important to have early warning if this event did happen.
Everything that was lifted into the air would stay there
If a massive gravitationalIFT_a term for a change in the size of something’s orbit or location of something
massive gravity between the sun and earth suddenly evaporated, Earth would still continue to move in its orbit.
That is, if we were standing on it. Because Earth is moving, you must think of an object moving at high speed. If you were standing on it, an object racing at high speed would be very painful. You would yell in pain every time you stepped on it!
However, if Earth stopped moving its orbit as it was occupied by another body, your pain would stop right away. You would realize that nothing was changing and that nothing was wrong! However, if something disappeared because of this movement problem, then your knowledge about astronomy took a big hit.
There would be no wind
When the moon is full, it can create a lunar tidal wave that moves the earth around. This occurs when the distance between the moon and earth is large.
This happens when the distance between the moon and earth is large. The tide comes in at a rate of about 6 inches per month (about a half inch!).
This occurrence is known as a lunar cycle. There are many of these, and they occur every week!
The pull from the moon isn’t always positive; it can cause things to rotate faster than they should. When this happens, we get geomagnetic storms that can change how we receive signals from satellites and spacecraft.
These storms can change how our planet moves, causing it to tilt or “roll” on its axis. This action continues until another cycle arrives, forcing them back into sync.
The water cycle would continue unchanged
If the gravitational pull of the sun were to suddenly cease, then the Earth would begin to move inward. This movement would continue for many years after this change, but for now we will talk about how it would affect the solar system and our planet.
The shifting shape of Earth would cause heavy rainfall to begin flowing back into the atmosphere, where it could re-infuse our food chain. Since most plants need water to grow, this is a very important aspect of planetary evolution.
Additionally, if space dust were to become concentrated during this time period, then it could trigger an extinction event that wiped out many species.
People could float around without consequence
If a massive gravitational shift happened, the sun and Earth would continue to orbit each other in relative silence for a few hundred thousand years. This would be referred to as a epsilon event, where something changes but it doesn’t collapse or reforming is difficult.
This would be extremely rare, happening when the two bodies were close in distance, around 4-6 million miles. It would require a lot of energy and be extremely unstable as it required an exact alignment of bodies.
This couldn’t happen often because our sun is so old (over 4 billion years old), there are so many rocks and other objects that haven’t been completely stable over that time. Fortunately, we don’t need this to occur every few centuries, but instead every couple of millennia!
If it did happen, people wouldn’t experience anything significant for hundreds of thousands of years.