What Happen No Gravity On Earth
Having said that, though, let's currently imagine that we may magically shut down the gravity whereas going away the earth behind. What would happen to the items on Earth depends on how they're connected. As you recognize, the world is rotating at quite a speed (you're moving at over thousand miles per hour at the equator because of the Earth's rotation alone). Currently, if you spin something around your head on a string, it goes around during a circle until you let go of the string. Then it flies off during a line. If the circle is extremely massive, after that at 1st, the line is almost a similar to the circle but when a short quantity of time, the 2 ways are going to be almost completely different, since the circle bends around, however, the straight line doesn't.
"Switching off" gravity is analogous to let go to the string. Things not connected with the planet in any other method would fly off into the area during a straight line that would take them away from the surface to the world. In buildings, people would begin floating gently upwards until they suddenly met the ceiling. Outdoors, however (or in buildings with large ceilings), things would begin floating far from the planet gently. However, eventually go much quicker, as their straight lines took them farther and farther far from the circular path that the spinning Earth takes. The Earth's atmosphere itself would conjointly float off into the area, for an equivalent reason! Some things (like trees and most buildings) are rooted into the planet. They'd not fly off as a result of they're being a control down. In fact, the force you'd hold on and keep yourself from flying far from the earth is extremely weak, only concerning 0.3% as sturdy because of the force of gravity (and even weaker away from the equator). However, things that are holding on to the planet would eventually have issues on the world itself would possibly break apart into chunks and float off into space, since it's only controlling together by gravity also!