By giving a thought to this, what if humans never existed? What would really happen, what would be outcomes? Different questions pops out in mind which creates a vast imagination in which earth has no life or mammals to produce lives, specifically humans. It could have been a world of giants or it could have been a world of tiny creatures, as tiny as dwarfs.Why do we exist?
Humanity fingerprints can be seen across the planet today, from the towering skyscrapers that define. Human activity also mark our sprawling open fields of agriculture and the roads that link everything together. But what would the world look like if humans had never existed?
DESTRUCTION CAUSED BY HUMANS
Humans have become such a fundamental part of earths land scape that it is hard to imagine what the planet might look like if we never existed. We are now almost 8 billion of us now on the globe and we have spent the latitude and longitude of planet our influence stretches far beyond our literal foot print we have advanced civilization at such a quick rate that we forever changed the way earth looks.
But what if none of this happened, what would earth look like would it be better could it be worse. first of distribution of animals and other kingdoms might looked have significantly different humans have a habit of hunting creatures wherever they live hence why we have safaris the marvelous creatures that we struggle to find elsewhere. These mamals would exist everywhere in planet even in Europe; also a study has shown the mammal diversity would be much greater in America. With grasslands not unlike the Serengeti in Africa supporting giant sloths, herds of horses. Being preyed upon by short faced bears.
HUMANS IMPACT ON NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
Our impact on the natural environment does not stop there. What we have done to nature over years would not have happened if we did not exist. An area of natural forest and woodland. There would be no urban sprawl no cities but instead green areas of pristine undeveloped land appearing where our populated areas currently developed. Rivers would be undammed; the sea would have been clear of any man made racks and tangled cables without any man made gasses to destroy it.
OZONE LAYER RESTORATION
The ozone layer would have been restored. All human remains that are buried under ground around the world would not be there. Leaving instead untouched soil. All of the precious metals resources that we have mined would still be where we took them from and probably most significant of all is the greenhouse gasses that we have released into the atmosphere would not be there. The air would be completely clear. On this note without cities we would also be looking at world without light pollution. Our skies would be clear at night. This would avoid the issue that light pollution causes. Ecosystems have been dramatically affected by our artificial light. These are all very negative effect that humans have on planet.
WORLD WITHOUT HUMANS
A world where no humans exist would have been a fairytale. A clear sky with no mark of pollution, a land of greenery and mountains. A clear sea and a clear river flow with tons of sea animals. Every single species that has ever been extinct would have been reproducing their off springs. Out grown bushes, fields and a pollution plastic free planet to restore itself.
NO NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS
The theory of nuclear bomb has come through a human’s mind for safety purpose indirectly for earth’s destruction purpose. If humans exist were not to be roaming around on earth. There wouldn’t be a single insecurity. Which leads to there will be no nuclear explosions or hazardous chemicals to destroy earth.
Humans are the main cause of leading pollution. From air pollution in the upper atmosphere to fragments of plastic at the bottom of ocean. It is near impossible to find a place on planet that humankind has not touched in some way or another.
WILL EARTH SURVIVE WITHOUT HUMANS
The answer to this question is yes. Earth would do fine without us Homo sapiens. The marks we have left on this beautiful planet will fade away faster than we can imagine. Cities will crumble down into soil and fields will grow more beautiful than ever. The nature will restore itself to the finest form.
If there will be no humans there will be no pesticides. If there are no pesticides it means a population for bug explosion. Insects are said to be mobile and therefore they reproduce quickly and are able to live in almost every environment. This is what makes them a successful class of species. The advantage of bug explosions is that the explosion will fuel a population increase in bug eating species.
THE FINAL TRACES OF HUMANITY
According to a research, some traces of Homo sapiens would be left behind even after billions of years after our extinction. The amount of plastic we have left behind on this beautiful planet earth, microbes will have enough time to evolve and consume.
Our constructed buildings as well as roads and bridges will be quite visible for many years and will actually be buried down or crumbled into soil by natural powerful forces..
The telecommunication done through waves will persist in recognize able form a few million years travelling further and far away from earth until and unless they become so weak that they are indistinguishable from the background noise of space.
Therefore in conclusion, if humans never existed, planet earth would have been a beautiful planet, with beautiful scenery and lives of ongoing kingdoms that went extinct. Moreover, the food chain of species will be restored. The extinction rate on earth today is more than 100 times what it would be by the most conservative estimates. All the legacy of human will come down to nothing and vanished into inky blackness of Universe.