What would happen to the Earth if people disappeared from its face?

Have you ever thought about what would happen to our planet if people disappeared from its face?

2 days: Just 48 hours after the disappearance of people, the subway will be flooded with sewage ...

7 days: The supply of fuel for emergency generators that cool nuclear and nuclear reactors will end.

1 year: More than 10 million birds will survive on the planet, while communications towers fall, antennas go off, and high-voltage wires cool. Cities will be filled with animals.

3 years: Due to lack of heat, gas pipes in cold regions will explode. Gas leaks from these pipes will cause fires. Buildings will begin to crack and their structure will become unstable. After one or two winters, the cockroaches will disappear due to the lack of heat.

10 years: Roofs of many houses will collapse due to corrosion due to leaks and chemical reactions between elements.

20 years: All iron columns will completely rust and break. South and North America will reunite as the Panama Canal overgrows and disappears.

100 years: The population of 500 thousand elephants that lived a century ago will increase 20 times. Populations of small predators such as foxes will be on the verge of extinction due to the emergence of a new competitor: the domestic cat.

300 years: Most suspension bridges around the world will collapse, and many dam walls will not withstand the pressure due to lack of support. As a result, many cities will be flooded.

500 years: Cities filled with forests and jungle. A large number of trees grow between the remains of cars, buildings and metal debris.

15, 000 years: Large cities retreat due to advancing glaciers. The only thing that remains relatively intact is the underground structures.

35, 000 years: Some of the substances that polluted the environment during human times are finally absorbed by nature. But it will take nature another 75, 000 years to get rid of other compounds like cadmium.

100, 000 years: Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere will return to pre-human levels.

250, 000 years: Radiation from atomic bomb explosions is eventually absorbed by the earth and ceases to be dangerous.

2, 000, 000 years: It is possible that some animals evolve to learn how to decompose and feed on plastic products.

8, 500, 000 years: Remains of some architectural objects (monuments, buildings) still stand, if they were not previously destroyed by earthquakes or floods. Bronze statues can still be recognized.

3 billion years: Life still exists on Earth, but in a form that we cannot even imagine.

6.5 billion years: The Earth is melting under the influence of the Sun, which has already engulfed other planets, making the end of the Earth inevitable.

Eternity: Remnants of communication devices such as satellites continue to travel through space as the only trace of human history.