What Will The Earth Be Like In ONE MILLION Years?
Some people take ten seconds to fall in love. Some others might take a bit longer. A week, for instance. Just like it happened with your ex.
It takes a bit less than one month for the moon to complete a revolution around the Earth, and a lot more to finally deliver your baby. Time is the doom of every living and non-living thing in the cosmos. Of course, some of them persist for long timescales. For instance, trees are living up to 5000 years, and did you know that it takes the Sun something like 230 million years to revolve around the center of the Milky Way? And, as with all things, even human life will end one day.
A creepy question arises: what will the Earth be like in the next million years?
The New Pole Star, Polaris (2000 years)
Ross 248 the closest star to us ( 36.000 years)
I’m sure you know the closest star to Earth (after the Sun, of course) is Proxima Centauri. And it has been so for a really long time! Would you shed a tear if I told you that this will change in about 36 thousand years? —
Rivers, Lakes, and Waterfalls ( 50.000 years)
The Earth’s rivers, lakes, and water complex will undergo significant changes in the distant future. Over a period of 50 thousand years or more, many landscapes will be transformed. Some lakes will completely evaporate, and rivers will alter their paths due to erosion.
New Supernovae and New Constellations ( 100.000 years)
Let’s make a step further into the future: what can we expect to change in 1 hundred thousand years from now? Everything gets really exciting here!
Cupid and Belinda Collision ( 100.000 years)
Uranus, the wonderful planet that really stands out in our solar system, has not one, not two, but a whopping 27 moons! Talk about being popular! Five of these moons are quite big, while the rest are tiny little things. It’s like having a bunch of rowdy puppies running around in space!
Vega, the New Brightest Star ( 100.000 years)
We said the Sun is moving in the galaxy, and with him, all planets, even the Earth. This will have strong consequences on the brightness of stars in the long term.
The End of Human Culture and Life? ( 500.000 years)
Have you ever wondered what the world will look like in half a million years? Well, let me paint you a picture.
Geography and Auroras ( 1 million years)
The mark left by an asteroid is usually a big hole in the ground called a crater. One of the most famous craters on Earth is the Meteor crater in Arizona. It’s really big, about 1,200 meters wide and 170 meters deep
Human and AI Evolution ( 1 million years)
According to some scientists, humans in one million years will likely have merged with artificial intelligence and machines, resulting in a new hybrid species that blurs the line between biological and synthetic beings
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