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What Would Happen If the World Was Without Oxygen for Five Seconds?

World Went Without Oxygen for Five Seconds?

By Kismat ThapaPublished 5 months ago 3 min read
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Imagine that oxygen is no longer present on Earth. If so, would we only do it for five seconds? disappeared, but not completely. If the weather changed, what would happen? How would the atmosphere change? What would occur if the planet were to end? Breathe in five full seconds of oxygen. Taking a deep breath and appreciating how satisfying that is The cost of giving you the oxygen and other gases you breathe represents about 21% of our total budget. About 78% of the atmosphere is made up of N2. Despite not being the most frequent, it is the gas that is found in our atmosphere the most.

Animals and plants both require oxygen to survive. Water wouldn't exist without us. the current Although five seconds might not seem like much, it is plenty to use the majority of the thirty seconds that are still available. without exhaling at a rate that your body couldn't even process. It's still normal to keep track of your breath, but in every other respect, Sadly, in just five seconds, the earth would have a very different appearance.

If you don't obtain any oxygen, you could die. the Pantheon Dome, the Hoover Dam, and any other concrete structure These buildings would immediately Oxygen that has collapsed serves as a unique form of material binding agent. Concrete is nothing more than dust. Any metal that is exposed will damage the construction. Metals can't be joined by welding because of an oxidized covering, which causes them to come together immediately. They wouldn't create a layer together without that layer; instead, they would bind with one another right away.

If you're at the beach relaxing during that time, be prepared for a painful sunburn. The UV rays from the sun are made up of the ozone layer, which acts as our protection from oxygen. The absence of oxygen would make the Earth extremely unsafe because there would be nothing to protect us from the sun's UV radiation. We'd burn, blast out our inner ears, run out of oxygen, and get a sunburn. equivalent to a 21% decrease in our air pressure. It would be like starting at sea level and immediately plunging down 2,000 meters. Ears wouldn't have the chance to adjust to the sudden shift in air pressure. Enjoy it, but don't expect to go for very long without oxygen.

Fire is not a part of the combustion process, making automobiles impossible. Anything that isn't an electric airplane for transportation will surely fail. When things fall from the sky, millions of cars will come to a complete halt. The sky would be completely dark prior to the sun illuminating the earth. bounces off many airborne particles when there is no oxygen present. Since there are fewer things to bounce off, the sky will appear darker. 

The Earth's crust, which contains 45% oxygen, would completely disintegrate while this was happening. The crust would start to crack and crumble until it was gone, launching you and everyone else onto the ground. The globe sounds like fun in a free fall, but happily, you can. Make a vow that this will never happen again as you inhale deeply of 21% oxygen. The presence of oxygen is crucial for the survival of living organisms, as it plays a vital role in the process of respiration. Without oxygen, our bodies would not be able to generate energy efficiently, leading to severe health consequences. Therefore, it is essential to appreciate and protect the abundance of oxygen that allows life to thrive on Earth. 

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  • Alex H Mittelman 5 months ago

    Very interesting! Great work!

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