People came with numerous possible scenarios which depict the end of mankind. Even though it sounds just like fiction, all of these could happen.
A disturbing movie has attempted to show the chain of events which would be triggered if the apocalypse were to strike overnight.
The clip begins by posing the question, what would happen if all people were to vanish from the planet at once?
According to the animation created by Mind Warehouse, a few hours into our disappearance lights around the world would suddenly shut off.
If all humans were erased from the planet, power plants would run out of fuel and solar panels would eventually become useless after getting covered in dust within hours or days.
While wind turbines would spin until they run out of lubricant and nuclear plants would go into safety mode, hydroelectric stations would be the only active power source left running.
Around three days later, most underground train systems across the world would be ruined by a flood because the pumps keeping water out of the tunnels would stop working
Ten days of life after humans would see domesticated pets and farm animals, including cats and dogs as well as billions of chickens and millions of cows, die of starvation.
Big wild dogs would form packs to hunt down other animals and would rule over large parts of the planet, as shown by the video developed through Nationa Geographic footage.
A month later, after the doomsday was set in motion, the cooling water in nuclear power stations would evaporate, unleashing nuclear disasters across the planet on a scale even more powerful than disasters like Fukushima and Chernobyl.
After 12 months satellites would begin to fall from the sky, with some crashing into the ground and others floating away into space.
After a quarter of a century, vegetation would cover a majority of the world while some cities, such as Las Vegas, would vanish under the sand.
Three hundred years later, metal buildings, bridges, and towers would begin to collapse because of corrosion.
This means the Eiffel Tower and other iconic structures of mankind would be no more.
Estimates suggest that after 10,000 years, the only evidence humans ever existed would be ancient monuments made with stone such as the pyramids in Egypt, the Great Wall of China and Mount Rushmore.
Earlier this year, Columbia University astrophysicists Michael Hahn and Daniel Wolf Savin explained that even if the Earth avoids a catastrophic event like a sudden nuclear apocalypse, humans still only have less than 500 million years left on the planet.
The scientists blame the Sun’s uncontrollable expansion on our eventual obliteration.
The growing star will leave our planet completely uninhabitable, according to the theorists, meaning that the Earth will become a scorched, lifeless lump of rock.