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What Would Happen If There Were No Trees on Earth?

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Trees provide a huge portion of the oxygen we need to survive as oxygen is constantly put into the atmosphere by plants and trees. If there were no trees, then there might be no oxygen, and we would not be able to survive
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There would not be enough photosynthesis and so not enough oxygen would be produced. To cut a long story short: we would all die.
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Well more likely the rotation would change so that it were synchronous with the existing orbit. At least, that is the lower energy change from our current orbit-plus-rotation. And
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There would be no oxgyen for us to breathe, so the human race and a lot of animals will die also.
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Cops would not be able to grow as abundantly, & we'd
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