What would happen on our planet if the moon did not exist, have you ever thought?
The seasons would be messy
Since the gravitational effect, the Moon exerts on Earth would disappear, our planet’s 23-degree axis inclination would increase more. As a result, the seasons would be more effective. In the summer, the weather would be warmer and in the winter it would be cooler. The poles would be exposed to the Sun, melting ice floes, and triggering extreme climatic changes. Just a one-degree change in the slope of our planet’s axis is enough to cause glacial ages.
Change in the oceans
The sun and moon are responsible for increasing and decreasing the level of our seas several times a day. As the moon revolves around the earth, gravity pulls the oceans toward it, resulting in high tides. Without the moon, the tides will drop to a third of its current level and the oceans will be out of balance. In addition, the sea level will be affected. Thus, the sea level at the poles will increase significantly.
When the earth and the moon formed 4.5 billion years ago, the planet rotated so fast that the days lasted only four hours. The days are completed in a much shorter period, if not months.
We would lose our natural shield against unwanted celestial bodies
The moon protects our earth against celestial bodies thanks to its gravity. In a situation without him, we would be vulnerable to possible asteroid bumps.
Elements such as gold, platinum, palladium, iridium have proven to be extremely valuable for our civilization. If the moon never existed, these precious elements would be almost nonexistent in our world.
Due to strong winds, people would not have the ability to hear. So, they would try to deal with signs instead of talking. This would greatly affect the development of concepts such as talent and intelligence.
What did Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, look at the landscape on the surface of the moon and say? “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”