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What if Earth loses its Oxygen for five second

 What if Earth loses its Oxygen for five second.

Lossing earth's oxygen for 5 seconds

Everyone will get sunburn on the beach.

 Ozone is molecular oxygen and blocks the majority of UV light. Without it, we are toast.

The day sky would get darker. 

The sky will be slightly less blue and slightly more black, with fewer particles in the atmosphere to disperse blue light.

Every internal combustion engine will be stall. 

This means that every airplane flying off the runway will crash onto the ground, while planes in flight may slip for some time.

All pieces of untreated metal will instantly spot-weld each other. 

This is one of the more interesting side effects. They are coated in a layer of oxidation due to the weld on contact with metals. In a vacuum condition, the metal welds without any intermediate liquid phase (cold welding).

Everyone's inner ear will explode. 

As mentioned, we would lose about 21 percent of the air pressure in an instant, equivalent to being teleported to the top of the high Andes (altitude, about 2,000 meters).

Every building made of concrete would turn into dust. 

Oxygen is an important binder in concrete structures (indeed, there is CO2), and without it, the compounds do not hold their hardness.

Every living cell explodes in a mist of hydrogen gas. 

Water is one-third oxygen; Without it, hydrogen changes to a gaseous state and diffuses in volume.

The oceans will evaporate and flow into space. 

As the oxygen disappears from the oceans' water, the hydrogen component becomes an unbound free gas. Hydrogen gas, being the lightest, will rise in the upper troposphere and gradually reach space by atmospheric migration.

Everything above ground would immediately go into free fall. 

As oxygen makes up about 45 percent of the Earth's crust and mantle, there is suddenly little "stuff" under your feet to keep everything on top.




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