if we don't have a moon?

Philippines
April 3, 2016 6:44pm CST
How many times you wake up every day thankful we have moon that orbits around the planet and we see at night. Did you know that the moon is the reason we have waves in the first place that's allows people to surf on the beach? I've watch youtube movie about an earth with out moon, and it's quite scary. According to the info, with out the moon, we'll be tugging a gravity between us and the sun. Thus, the lengh of the wave will be high as the sky crapper building. If you have watch the movie interstellar and they went to a planet that is full water and the wave were just as tall as a building. That's what would happen to us, if we don't have the moon. We'd be extinct quite as fast by being hit by an asteroid.
Life on earth without the moon...
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@rakski (21050)
• Philippines
4 Apr 16
oh yes, I have learned that in the science class of my kids about the tide.... lol
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• Philippines
4 Apr 16
Hello @rakski of course, as we grow up we tend to forget things. thank god for youtube
@lady1993 (19729)
• Philippines
4 Apr 16
it is scary indeed, i though the moon was just there as a light in the sky thank you moon, i now appreciate you more than ever
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• Philippines
4 Apr 16
Hello @lady1993 same as venus too. i hope nothing happened to the moon.
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@lady1993 (19729)
• Philippines
5 Apr 16
@Letranknight2015 good thing we don't have Gru from despicable me, to steal the moon haha
• United States
4 Apr 16
Yes I do know this Letran..thank you for the video too. Since I love the ocean and indeed did live by the wild and windy sea at one time, I do know that gravity and the moon has much to do with the waves and how they perform. I have seen 20 ft waves in storms. It is amazing all the power of this. We always knew by the moon what will happen with the sea.
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• Philippines
4 Apr 16
Yeah, the moon does it all to make us stable @TiarasOceanView and if we don'thave that stability then were in trouble with nature.
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• United States
4 Apr 16
@Letranknight2015 Yes we are Letran..it is all related.
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@Lucky15 (33718)
• Philippines
4 Apr 16
Informative one. I can not imagine the workd without our "satellite"
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• Philippines
4 Apr 16
Hello @Lucky15 yeah, this is one important satellite, we can't afford to lose this. unfortunately if any alien invastion would consider destroying this instead to kill us slow.
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@Teep11 (7121)
• United States
4 Apr 16
I can't imagine us not having a moon. The moon is so important and thank God for it and the same for the sun.
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• Philippines
4 Apr 16
Well, the sun and moon are both important. It's just that with out the moon, we die earlier or we never been born.
@jstory07 (69261)
• Roseburg, Oregon
3 Apr 16
I guess were lucky that we have a moon.
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• Philippines
3 Apr 16
yeah, we are and won't be alive today if it wasn't to this moon.
@salonga (27957)
• Philippines
4 Apr 16
Because of this post of yours, I love the moon even more.
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@shaggin (37317)
• United States
4 Apr 16
The moon is a very interesting thing. My son told me a few days ago that the moon doesn't actually glow that it is a reflection of the sun on it. I thought that was really neat. Something that I probably should have learned in school but didn't.
@1hopefulman (31684)
• Canada
4 Apr 16
I did watch the movie Interstellar and enjoyed it. I'm also glad that the Creator made the moon to help us and please us.
@Yar_Joey (3296)
• Philippines
4 Apr 16
Our moon has its natural gravitational pull that is why we have high tide and low tide.
@LdeL0318 (6440)
• Philippines
4 Apr 16
Yes that's true. That's one of the lessons I teach my students.