Imagine the World without the Sea. Look how far you could walk and what would be below that we've never seen before.
An interesting thought.
Granted, we already have a good idea of the layout of the surface down there thanks to radar/sonar and all that good high tech stuff, but even then...it'd be interesting to actually be able to walk on it and build stuff.
That would, of course, lead to the next logical problem of where we would get our water from. =p
Well, my brain just turned on and asked "Imagine if the Sea disappeared?" and I thought why not put this on the Filefront Forums. I wouldn't mind visting the deepest area of the sea, going down and then looking up.
There would be little time to explore, we'd soon all be dead. :uhm:
There would be a lot of pissed of fish...
Lol. I'm just thinking what we would see that we haven't seen before.
Snipes With Artillery
22nd March 2005
Assuming we lived, rivers and lakes didn't suddenly empty, the earth's albedo didn't change, and there was plenty of potable water and food available, that'd be pretty awesome. Archaeologists could have field days, be it the Bering land bridge, parts of ancient cultures now submerged, sunken ships, etc.
I'd love to fly over it all in a helicopter, checking out all the cool stuff and craters.
It would be interesting. If you can look past the shriveling up and dying that comes with Dehydration. Atlantis here I come!
Interesing but almost freaky how it would just dissappear... If it did over time then yeah it would be very strange....could very well muck up the whole world. Plus you could build SO much in the 'new land'