Experts showed the consequences of stopping the rotation of the Earth

Many, even without being scientists, understand that if the Earth stops rotating, then for all living things it is fraught with catastrophic consequences.

Experts studying this issue have published a video, which clearly shows what humanity expects in the event of the development of the above events.

It is known that our planet rotates on its axis at a speed of over 465 meters per second. The Tech Insider research team decided to find out what would happen on the surface of the Earth if it suddenly stops its rotation.

For this purpose, a special computer model was developed that demonstrated terrible things.

For example, all objects on Earth by inertia will continue to move at a speed of 465 m / s (more than 1600 km / h). Then a hurricane wind will rise across the planet and huge tsunamis will occur.

However, this is still half the trouble, because the change of day on the planet will take place only in a year. For six months the sun will “fry” one part of the Earth, and for the same amount of time in other parts it will be dark and incredibly cold.

The land will begin its “movement” to the equator, and the world’s oceans will rush to the poles of the planet.

If some of the people manage to survive all these monstrous transformations, which is unlikely, then they will still not be able to survive on Earth due to strong solar radiation.

In any case, this is just a hypothesis, because such events have never been observed by astronomers in space.

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Jake Carter

Jake Carter is a journalist and a most prolific writer who has been fascinated by science and unexplained since childhood.

He is not afraid to challenge the official narratives and expose the cover-ups and lies that keep us in the dark. He is always eager to share his findings and insights with the readers of, a website he created in 2013.

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