Why is planets important to society?
Question asked by: vikkis74
Asked on: 01 Aug 2008
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Do you mean 'why are planets important to society?'
If so then the obvious answer is that we live on one - and that planet is the earth. So if there weren't planets then we would not live, so therefore society is fundamentally important on planets as we know it.
Other uses of planets are that by studying them it helped astronomers know about our own planet, our position in the universe and that the world is heliocentric. Indeed.
Jupiter is useful as a cosmic vacuum cleaner hoovering up debris and reducing the impacts on the earth making conditions more propitious for life. Oh yes, planets are indeed rather important, nay critical, to existence on this planet, capiche.
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