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What would happen if the earth's tilt changed drastically?

 
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Re: What would happen if the earth's tilt changed drastically?
Because the magnetosphere is a field, we would only be crushed by the objects that were attracted to the filed not the field itsself.
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Right. But I was thinking more along the lines of the vaccum of space. If our Earth wasn't repelling anything, then it would be drawing things in because of its gravitational pull. In a way, wouldn't the earth behave like a black hole?
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Because the magnetosphere is a field, we would only be crushed by the objects that were attracted to the filed not the field itsself.
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Right. But I was thinking more along the lines of the vaccum of space. If our Earth wasn't repelling anything, then it would be drawing things in because of its gravitational pull. In a way, wouldn't the earth behave like a black hole?


To the extent that its gravitational pull lasts under the conditions.
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Re: What would happen if the earth's tilt changed drastically?
Because the magnetosphere is a field, we would only be crushed by the objects that were attracted to the filed not the field itsself.
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Right. But I was thinking more along the lines of the vaccum of space. If our Earth wasn't repelling anything, then it would be drawing things in because of its gravitational pull. In a way, wouldn't the earth behave like a black hole?
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To the extent that its gravitational pull lasts under the conditions.
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Re: What would happen if the earth's tilt changed drastically?
Because the magnetosphere is a field, we would only be crushed by the objects that were attracted to the filed not the field itsself.
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Right. But I was thinking more along the lines of the vaccum of space. If our Earth wasn't repelling anything, then it would be drawing things in because of its gravitational pull. In a way, wouldn't the earth behave like a black hole?
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To the extent that its gravitational pull lasts under the conditions.
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Re: What would happen if the earth's tilt changed drastically?
Because the magnetosphere is a field, we would only be crushed by the objects that were attracted to the filed not the field itsself.
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Right. But I was thinking more along the lines of the vaccum of space. If our Earth wasn't repelling anything, then it would be drawing things in because of its gravitational pull. In a way, wouldn't the earth behave like a black hole?
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To the extent that its gravitational pull lasts under the conditions.
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Right. But I was thinking more along the lines of the vaccum of space. If our Earth wasn't repelling anything, then it would be drawing things in because of its gravitational pull. In a way, wouldn't the earth behave like a black hole?
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To the extent that its gravitational pull lasts under the conditions.
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Re: What would happen if the earth's tilt changed drastically?
I know the Earth's axis naturally changes as it rotates, but what would happen if it tilted outside of the normal parameters?

Would we be knocked off our orbit around the sun? Would our rotation speed change? Could gravity be affected?

Lately the recent topics about the strange appearance of the moon, earthquakes, and pole shifts have kept me wondering if the earth's angle has changed more than it ever should.

Post your theories and answers, I'm interested to know what people have to say :)
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Think about it like this...

What would happen if I clubbed you up aside your head with a baseball bat as hard as I could? Think about it really hard...and you can bet that the answer you come up with on a microcosmic scale would be similar with the earth being knocked out of orbit on a macro scale.

Does that help?

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Re: What would happen if the earth's tilt changed drastically?
I think that our temptures would drop drastically and we won't survive because no fruit would grow
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Re: What would happen if the earth's tilt changed drastically?
If the Earth's tilt changed about a half degree a year then every five years the sun would rise a day earlier to end the Greenland winter, but other than that most people would not notice much change until the sun began to linger in the sky for about sixteen hours during the summer solstice. But the Government will keep you confused about the the actual times of sunrise and sunset by jerking the clock an hour forward and backward each year. So once more only a few people would take note. All of these things are happening by the way because the tilt of the Earth IS changing. The Tropic of Capricorn used to be under the constellation of Capricorn but in this Year of our Lord 2013 the tilt of the
Earth has shifted sufficiently that this is no longer the case.
I will not go into a Biblical frenzy although I have done that in the past, but I will echo John's call to Make straight your paths, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand. Even though this wonderful globe will hopefully be here a long time we know that our own personal journey on Earth is only going to last another sixty or seventy years.shark