Exact Copies Of Earth Substitute Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, And Neptune. What Will Happen To Each One?

Juliano Righetto
5 min readMay 30, 2020

Let's see…

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Earthcury would be much, much closer to the sun. This would make it a lot hotter, obviously. Besides, Mercury’s orbit is the most eccentric of the Solar System planets, so that temperatures would vary slightly more. And the days of Mercury are huge; they last 58 earth days, that is… Earthcuryans would have much more time to do what they need (hahaha). Jokes aside, this would warm up the “day” side much more than what happens here, further increasing the temperature problem. And it would cool the opposite side, causing the reverse problem. This would cause an absurd amount of winds and hurricanes in the atmosphere, evaporation of the heated part of the oceans, and freezing of the icy part, further worsening the situation of the Earthcuryans, who would probably evacuate the planet as soon as they could — better evacuate, because with solar winds so strong, the planet’s atmosphere would be blown away soon. An Earthcuryan at my age (I’ll be fifty this year) would be 207 Earthcuryan years old, another reason to get out of that hell as soon as possible!

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Earthnus would be warmer, but not so much… It would even be a pleasant place to live if it weren’t for it endless days. An Earthnusian day would take two hundred and forty-three earth days! Worse: the planet turns in reverse, that is, the sun over there rises to the west and sets in the east. Turning backward is not a big problem… But the enormous time that each part of the planet is exposed to sunlight, yes. It would be the same as what happened with Earthcury but in a slightly lighter way. Hurricanes, seas freezing and evaporating, a climatic hell… However, habitable, as long as the earthnusians build good and strong houses. And use a lot, a lot of sunscreens. An Earthnusian at my age (50 years) would be 81 years old and, interestingly… I would have seen only 75 days pass!

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Juliano Righetto

“We are nearsighted because we are brief.” Actor, Screenwriter, Author, Top Writer 2019 and 2020 on Quora in Portuguese with more than 26 million views.