Esther's 1002 COFA Gateway

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Due to the death of the sun, animals would start to die off slowly due to frozen temperatures and starvation. 
Rotting animal carcases would cause diseases and filth. 

Due to the death of the sun, animals would start to die off slowly due to frozen temperatures and starvation. 

Rotting animal carcases would cause diseases and filth. 

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With the sun, plants and trees survive through the Photosynthesis process. With the death of the sun, plants and trees would die. The only plants that would survive would be huge trees, as their growing process and metabolism is a lot slower than smaller plants.

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Without the sun, the ocean would freeze over. People could ultimately survive by living in submarines under the ocean as the depths of the ocean would store and retain some heat and would be slightly warmer than the surface and land.

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The sun would be a dead planet which would ultimately stop the orbit and rotational pull on Earth. We would merely float away into space.

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The world without the sun would be extremely impacted and drastically changed. There would be death and disease, as well as freezing temperatures.

The world without the sun would be extremely impacted and drastically changed. There would be death and disease, as well as freezing temperatures.

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If the sun died, plants would die out very quickly. Animals would freeze and starve and die. There would be rotting animals everywhere, as well as other animals eating off the dead.

This would create disease and filth. 

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Without the Sun:
The sun keeps planet Earth in orbit. If the sun were to die, the Earth would stop rotating and staying in place, and would simply float off. This has risks of bumping into other planets, making it extremely likely to kill Earth through collision. 

Without the Sun:

The sun keeps planet Earth in orbit. If the sun were to die, the Earth would stop rotating and staying in place, and would simply float off. This has risks of bumping into other planets, making it extremely likely to kill Earth through collision. 

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