What If the Earth Lost Oxygen for Just 5 Seconds? by BRIGHT SIDE   6 months ago

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How Long Can You Survive without Oxygen? You live, work, sleep, eat, and have fun without giving a second thought to the miraculous substance that makes it all possible: oxygen. Most of us can go without it for about half a minute before our body demands a breath of this gas. Can you imagine what would happen to our planet if oxygen disappeared for just 5 seconds? Spoiler: the results would be disastrous.

TIMESTAMPS
The crust of the planet would crumble.1:11
Most people would suffer from hearing loss. 1:38
People relaxing in the sun would get terrible burns. 2:47
Water reservoirs would begin to evaporate immediately. 3:19
All concrete constructions would fall to pieces. 3:58
Untreated metals would weld together. 4:24
Cars with internal combustion engines wouldn't work. 4:54
The day would become as dark as night. 5:26
Every gas-fired boiler or power generator would go out. And so would fires. 6:06
People wouldn't notice any changes in terms of breathing. 6:37
Other uses for oxygen 7:39

Most people would suffer from hearing loss. 1:38
Yes, your hearing also depends on oxygen. If oxygen suddenly disappeared, you would be shocked by barotrauma, which typically occurs with a sharp change of pressure. Have your ears ever become blocked when your plane was gaining height or when you were scuba diving? With no oxygen, you would feel something of this kind but much stronger and much more painful.

Water reservoirs would begin to evaporate immediately. 3:19
If there were no oxygen, water would instantly become gaseous due to the main state of hydrogen. It would just go up to the troposphere and then leak out into space. As you can see, without oxygen, our green planet would become an extremely dry desert in less than 5 seconds.

The day would become as dark as night. 5:26
If there were no oxygen molecules in the air, there would be fewer particles for the light to bounce off. That's why the sky would look extremely dark — almost black. There would be light, but it wouldn't look like what we are used to (rays of sun coming from everywhere).

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SUMMARY
-The earth beneath your feet would start to crack until it turned into dust.
-If oxygen were to disappear suddenly, it would cause a loss of more than 20% of air pressure. Such a difference between altitudes wouldn’t allow your eardrums to acclimate to the pressure changes.
-Life on Earth without oxygen would be like living in a grill.
-If there were no oxygen, water would instantly become gaseous due to the main state of hydrogen.
-Structures made from concrete need oxygen to stay rigid, so in its absence they would simply fall apart.
-If there were no oxygen, metals would fuse together in the blink of an eye.
-Vehicles that rely on internal combustion engines to burn fuel and move (in fact, all vehicles except electric cars) would stop working.
-If there were no oxygen molecules in the air, there would be fewer particles for the light to bounce off. That's why the sky would look extremely dark — almost black.
-All gas-fired equipment and fires would immediately go out. Gas needs oxygen to burn.
-Your body wouldn't notice a lack of oxygen. People start suffocating only when there's a high level of carbon dioxide in their blood.
-Oxygen is used by hospitals and to clean waste water. It can cool you down. For example, it cools rocket systems. Pneumatic systems also use oxygen.

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