What will happen if all the oceans on Earth suddenly dry up?
- Anonymous2 months ago
Wouldn't happen suddenly, but would stretch over many, many years. Maybe there would be time to do something about it if this did start to happen.
- CRRLv 72 months ago
The water would go into the air then it would rain like hell and there would be a global flood.
- Innocent VictimLv 72 months ago
There's no telling, because if that was to happen, everything we know about science and causality would go right out the window. If IMPOSSIBLE events start taking place, then it's Anything Can Happen Day.
- David R.Lv 72 months ago
All life on Earth would die, probably within a few weeks to a month or so.
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- 2 months ago
There has been a time that the oceans and seas and other bodies of water were a lot lower... she changes quite often... try not to worry about it now...now
- Bill-MLv 72 months ago
All life on this planet would die.
- ElaineLv 72 months ago
It was nice living here on Planet Earth.
As the song says:
"We'll meet again,
Don't know where or don't know when
But we'll meet again on some sunny day"
- ZirpLv 72 months ago
Days will be a lot hotter and nights will be much colder
- busterwasmycatLv 72 months ago
Somewhere there will be an awful lot of water that was once dry. Here though? famine, death, extinctions.
That water does have to go somewhere and there is one heck of a lot of it, so it won't happen all that fast.
- no nameLv 72 months ago
We will all die