Dragon Ball: Or what would happen if Lua Fosse was truly destroyed?
If you are familiar with dragonball, Akira Toriyama’s work, knows that Saiyajins are an extraterrestrial race that transforms into giant macaques, called Oozaru, by the influence of lua cheya.
These transformations are quite catastrophic, because the person transformed, loses self-awareness, and leaves to fera agir. But how to solve this problem? How to prevent transformation? Let’s go for a simple solution: exploit Lua.
At least for Piccolo, that was a quick fix. During Gohan’s training, in episode 8 of the Dragon Ball Z saga, Piccolo destroyed Lua when he saw the boy transform into a gigantic macaque with incredible power.
After Lua turns pedregulhos e poeira, everything returns to normal, and life continues with combat, training and searching for the Dragon Balls. But could it be that in real life, exploiting our satellite would be so easy? What would be the consequences of the extinction of Lua?
Boooom, bye Lua!
Let’s say someone has at their disposal 120 sextillions of dynamite bananas, or to reduce the quantity, and make the plane more viable, 287 billion atomic bombs with 100 megatons of power, to start assembling the plane.
We also need to increase the number of variants, spacecraft capable of carrying this unique arsenal, and the ability to place the explosives in the right position for the purpose.
To be really certain, I tied the heat dispersion parameters of the space to be calculated.Source: Shutterstock
Plan soon, dispatch of the ships, devices calibrated, insertion of the bombs carried out successfully, open the green button: booom, bye Lua! More and now, or what happens?
In the absence of Lua face
The consequences of the disappearance of our satellite would not be so catastrophic in terms of humanity disappearing, but Lua had a great influence on some phenomena, and would be lacking in so many ways that we can list.
darker nights The first immediate effect would be the disappearance of the second brightest star not so close. In the morning, the nights would be darker, and it would be possible to visualize other stars and celestial bodies at the time of the night.
Fall at high tide? As seas would also be affected. A gravitational dance between Terra and Lua causes seas. Of course, the Sun also exerts a little influence on this phenomenon, more or less than a third, compared to the role of Lua.
Still, the seas, despite still existing, would have a slight variation in the volume of moving water, with low seas for the rest of the two days.
longest days Despite this effect it would not be immediate, and in truth it would take a few good millennia to be noticeable, Terra would also lose its natural cold. A Lua, in a certain way, ends up burning with a cold, slowing down the rotation of the Earth, increasing to a duration of two days.
Sem to Lua, to Terra “would lose or balance”Source: Shutterstock
An oblique relationship Lua also has influence on the tilt of the Earth’s rotation axis, which varies between 22º and 25º. Sem a Lua a Terra could have much larger variations, and perhaps, enter a lateral rotation.
Maintaining the variation from the east is what gives us well-defined seasons of the year, like the coldest poles, for example. But a change would not eixo also take millennia to happen.
Fim two eclipses Sem a Lua, eclipses não são possíveis. There would be no star to project its shadow on the Sun, and on the contrary, there would be no Moon for Terra to project its shadow. Nothing more than dawn observing lunar eclipses and bad solutions to observe solar eclipses.
And you estilhaços? Isso depends on several factors related to explosion. But, while there are still large chunks left over that could reach Terra, the damage would not be enough to cause human extinction.
Além de tudo isso, também serious or fim dos lobomens, songs about Lua and her treasons. É o fin da poesia e de superluas belíssimas no ceu. Just as his loss would not cause so much immediate damage, Lua would certainly be missing.