You might remember a song by Chhan Sovannareach titled Earth Returning to a Stop, which was very well received by the audience in 2004. It’s easy to come to this: If the Earth were to come to a standstill or the earth had stopped, would we all be living today?
Earth may stop spinning when a giant planet hits Earth, but it’s predicted that a million years later it can happen. But if the earth suddenly stopped spinning, what would happen?
According to the science and the gravitational formula, scientists can determine these seven things that would happen if the earth really stopped spinning:
1. Everything on Earth will start to float free of gravity: Everyone can be trapped in the ground because of gravity, so when the Earth stops spinning, this planet will no longer have gravity, so everything on Earth will float. Fly in space uncontrollably.
2. Sea turtles will hit the coast: When there is no gravity, the ubiquitous rivers, lakes and rivers will begin to leap with great force to the coast or ashore.
3. Winds accelerate very fast: In the absence of gravity, the wind speed will be up to 1,100 mph, which would make it impossible for some places or areas on Earth to have oxygen.
4. All of the water in the earth will form into two oceans: as the sea begins to lose its hold, it will flow to the two poles of the earth and form two major oceans in the Pole. On both sides.
5. Volcanoes, Hurricanes, and Earthquakes: Earth will begin to move to the core, which will cause volcanic, storm, and earthquake events to occur everywhere.
6. One hemisphere will be as cold as the Antarctic and one on the hot desert. Other phenomena will occur because when the Earth stops spinning, only one side of the world is exposed to the sun and the other dark.
7. The Moon is going to fall to Earth: Because there is no gravity to keep the moon in its proper direction, the Moon will move in space until it touches the earth, but it is not soon after the Earth stops spinning. That’s because it has to travel a long way in space.