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Krjoy14

34 months ago

If there is no rain for a hundred years what do you think would happen to the eath?

The earth would die of dehydrated !!!!!!!!!!! :( and the people will starve!!!!!!!
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Annemarielisalouise

  33 months ago
I dont think the human beings would be the primary being on the earth anymore for starters.....not a scientist though...sucked at that subject!
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petereva1

  33 months ago
it would be the end of the world as we know it .. and without us it would be better off
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Aimee.Harper

  33 months ago
If there was no rain for a hundred years there would be loads of droughts. The animals and creatures would have nothing to eat or drink as the grass and plants need water to live so the animals would would die, giving us nothing to eat. eventually our species and all ani9mals would become extinct.
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joannebyrne2009

  33 months ago
No crops would grow as a result and no doubt there would be large scale famine and death of human and animal life!
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cannes 2

  33 months ago
If there was no rain for 5 yrs never mind 100, then earth as we know it would not exist.
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theresepeppard

  34 months ago
simple we would all be fucked !! probley turn into desert people ..yep i think that's what would happen lol :)
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Rabih Gabriel

  34 months ago
What happened to your garden if you stopped watering it? It will go to phase of dryness and the consequenses of dryness would be affected every part of our lives and beside this It would be a health hasard for human being..Water and Life are going together hand by hand.
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big wopper

  34 months ago
what a stupid question.the anwser is no one will be around to tell the tale,very sad but true, my friend.
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jackattack-

  34 months ago
All life on earth would die out due to the lack of water. Water is vital for the support of life.
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SteeVen11

  34 months ago
The earth would turn to dry, deserted lands, desertification would occur along side famine's. The death rates would be outstanding and the birth rates would be shockingly but believably low, ground hitting. Eventually the worlds population would die off leaving the world to crisp up turning into a huge desert. :) Do my polls and opinions please & thank you :D
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