Sun Journal reports on Comin’s talk about what Earth would be like with no moon
The Sun Journal reported on a talk from Neil Comins, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Maine, about what Earth would be like if the moon did not exist. Comins, who spoke during an online version of the Great Falls Forum, said life would be more primitive and different and Earth would not experience seasons, among other alterations. The moon provided “a more tranquil world,” Comins said. “We humans have the potential to make the world a better place by taking care of it and preventing bad things from happening,” he said. Centralmaine.com shared the Sun Journal story.