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That simply negates the cosmological consequences, the Earth would still lose cohesion and spin apart once there's nothing holding it together. You think your safe because you're indoors? Your fucking house pulls right out of the ground and falls into the sky. Maybe you're conveniently spelunking and safely underground? The continent you're on is flung into space.

Maybe, someday, millions of years from now, the fragments of your planet crash into some other world where they become fucking unobtainium floating mountains.

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hhhhmmmmmm

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you could go the route of Avatar.
'The Hallelujah Mountains are floating islands that circulate slowly in the magnetic currents like icebergs at sea, scraping against each other and the towering mesa-like mountains of the region. On Pandora, huge outcroppings of unobtanium rip loose from the surface and float in the magnetic vortices due to the Meissner Effect'

(Meissner Effect = an expulsion of a magnetic field from a superconductor during its transition to the superconducting state).

So maybe the entire planet has ludicrously strong magnetic field, and you have some version of unobtanium? (I'm no physics major, but this seemed like the most plausible explanation for floating islands in many fantasy settings i've seen aside from 'It's magic guys!')



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