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if the Moon were not present, the torque exerted on the Earth would be smaller, and the chaotic zone would then extend from nearly 0° up to about 85°. Thus, had the planet not acquired the Moon, large variations in obliquity resulting from its chaotic behaviour might have driven dramatic changes in climate. In this sense one might consider the Moon to act as a potential climate regulator for the Earth.
Andy Williams would never have sung 'Moon River', it would have just been 'River', not quite the same impact.
People, when exposing their bottoms to other people as a gesture, would have to find new verb to describe their action.
Why would it affet how you cook eggs?
Without the moon how frequent would PMT be ?
If we didn't have the moon, the earth would have been pulled into the sun in 1957.