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What would there be without the sun?

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The day was the night. the moon would be the sun. and you can see the star at any time except the rain.

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Except you wouldn't see anything because everything would be frozen to the fullest extent of universal laws of physics. Oh and there would be no earth.
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Actually you wouldn't be able to see the moon but some microorganisms could survive and humans would be ale to survive if they went to geothermal vents.
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For a short time maybe, but without sunlight, sources of food, water etc, we'd die out as feral cannibals in holes in the earth in no time.
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There wouldn't be much life without the sun. The earth would be cold and inhabitable. It would also be very dark since the sun is responsible for light during the day and the moon borrows its light for the night.

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There wouldn't even be a solar system at all.
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There's an amazing video about this by vsauce on Youtube

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There wouldn''t be anything as we revolve around the sun and depend on it for life. Solar system wouldn't exist anymore.

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dark and no heat and plant wouldn't get the proper energy they need to survive

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helixaqua

The Winter Olympics would be every year and have new meaning....if we survived a cold world with a frozen or no atmosphere.

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dark,cold,maybe zombies .

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arrgghh zombies!!! lol (u neva know!)
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It's possible that there might be chemosynthetic life still alive at the bottom of the ocean, but all photosynthetic life, and everything that relies on it, would disappear.

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Oceans would freeze
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Eventually, but deep ocean vents are fed by heat from the molten core. That's where we find the chemosynthetic organisms.
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Nothing, but complete darkness, and the entire Earth would be enclosed with ice. Nothing and not even us, would be able to survive.

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A big ole cold round ball !!!!!

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There would be no life
At all -
Oceans would freeze-
Everything would freeze-

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There wouldn't be a "system" of planets. Without the gravity of a star, planets don't orbit at all; they just drift. Any planet in such a situation (and astronomers believe there are many planets that for one reason or another do not orbit a star) would be frozen solid.

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Cold and more cold!!!!

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Mass extinction of all life!!

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not us

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Darkness,cold,night being there forever,and alot more dangers than expected (muggers,criminals,predators somewhat)

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ice planets

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Probably darkness.

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The temperature would be -200 Celsius . Everything would be frozen.

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HonestJohn4reel

temps approaching absolute 0...forget everything else you consider life.

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We need a new sun.

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Go home to sleep. my life go on.

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N0thlNg LivInG

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Zilch. Nada. Nothing. We, and all life on the planet, would have never existed.

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There would be darkness, ice and coldness.

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Well if the sun had never existed the planets would not exist either, according to the most accepted solar system theory. See, the sun and the inner planets formed from the same dust cloud, the solar nebula. Asteroids and such dwarf planets as Pluto were captured by the gravity of the sun, so if the sun had never formed out of that nebula, the planets would not exist and Pluto would have gone on its path.

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My sister would be very happy, She likes to watch the stars in the evening. now she has a chance.

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No sun

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noting

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Definitely not life.

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Hahahahah
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Well, I think a lot of things would die from starvation or hypothermia, but some people could survive by growing plants under ultraviolet lights. I mean, it's possible that not everything would die. The world would be really cold and dark, though.

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