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Comments to article «10 Answers to Some of the Craziest ’What If’ Questions Ever»
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3 years ago
Awesome article! My personal favorite from this article was the answer to the question about Earth losing Oxygen for 5 seconds. Who knew some much could happen in 5 secs? My all time favorite what if question, however, is the answer to "What if each company had a honest slogan." Check it out here https://s.whatifhq.com/1. Great article though still. Keep "What if-ing"
Mary Ann Bittle
2 years ago
The question of the lack of insects isn't as way out and crazy as you would hope. Many of our pollinators are crashing in populations, and we could literally lose them. Without them, we can bend over and kiss our arses goodbye. And no, that's not just hyperbole. That's honest truth.
If the earth increased it’s rotational speed, gravity would increase making every single thing you do require more strength everything from lifting your head off your pillow to lifting a spoon to eat.
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