What the land would happen if stopped

The subject already was subject of films on catastrophes, but still thus cause uncertainties in the scientific community on its realconsequences. For the biologist Wellinton Delitti, of the Department of Ecology of the Institute of Biociência of the USP, if one day the Land to stop to turn, the most likely one is the total extinguishing of life in the planet.

Delitti believes that the phenomenon would start paralyzing the climatic system initially, the sea circulation and the life of the human beings. For it, “an area of the planet would be capsized for the Sun, being able to be displayed the high temperatures, as well as another part would be total dark, with the possibility of baixíssimas temperatures”.

In reason of this, the possibility of some alive being to survive would be sufficiently remote. “Perhaps the organisms had some possibility that live in the deep one of the sea, next the abysses that expel heat of the deepenings of the Land, since they have the life based on quimiossíntese (that she does not depend on the solar light).”

Although this, the biologist detached that the most likely one would be “an unimaginable catastrophe that would destroy the ecosystem all terrestrial”.

Already professor Marcelo Knobel, of the Institute of Physics of the Unicamp, detaches that the circumstances of the end of the movement of rotation of the Land would be determinative.

“The Land would approximately leave a speed of 900 km/h (in latitude of 45°) for zero, having caused one braked fort, but this speed can vary, depending on the latitude.”

According to it, probably the building and houses of the entire world would fall and a species of earthquake would devastate the terrestrial surface. Already the gravity would not move absolutely in nothing and few things would be modified in relation to this.

Knobel added despite the concept of day and night would suffer serious changes, that is, the day in the planet would not have plus a period 24-hour, and yes, the duration of one year. “This variation depends absolutely on the terrestrial rotation”, completed.

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