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* AllPlanetsAreEarthLike
* CounterEarth
* EarthAllAlong
* EarthDrift
* EarthIsABattlefield
* EarthIsTheCenterOfTheUniverse
* EarthIsYoung
* EarthShatteringKaboom
* EarthShatteringPoster
* EarthThatUsedToBeBetter
* EarthThatWas
* FictionalEarth
* FlatWorld
* GenesisEffect
* GotTheWholeWorldInMyHand
* HellOnEarth
* HemisphereBias
* HollowWorld
* HomeworldEvacuation
* InsignificantLittleBluePlanet
* MarsNeedsWater
* MarsNeedsWomen
* NotOfThisEarth
* OneWorldOrder
* PlanetTerra
* PunyEarthlings
* VichyEarth
* TheWarOfEarthlyAggression
* JustForFun/WhyYouShouldDestroyThePlanetEarth

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* AllPlanetsAreEarthLike
AllPlanetsAreEarthLike: The plot-relevant planet conveniently supports life.
* CounterEarth
CounterEarth: A hypothetical planet on the other side of the Sun from the Earth which is usually like the Earth, but hidden.
* EarthAllAlong
EarthAllAlong: Turns out that ruined planet you were on was actually Earth itself.
* EarthDrift
EarthDrift: A setting becomes less similar to real life Earth than it was at the start.
* EarthIsABattlefield
EarthIsABattlefield: The whole Earth is used for battle.
* EarthIsTheCenterOfTheUniverse
EarthIsTheCenterOfTheUniverse: A lot of cosmically significant events or other unusual activity happening on Earth.
* EarthIsYoung
EarthIsYoung: Present-day Earth turns out to be young on a cosmic scale.
* EarthShatteringKaboom
EarthShatteringKaboom: An entire planet explodes.
* EarthShatteringPoster
EarthShatteringPoster: The stock image version of EarthShatteringKaboom.
* EarthThatUsedToBeBetter
EarthThatUsedToBeBetter: Earth used to be well-regarded, but it is now seen as lesser by those who have left it.
* EarthThatWas
EarthThatWas: Earth is no more.
* FictionalEarth
FictionalEarth: Same name, mass, Sun, Moon, etc., but a completely different world.
* FlatWorld
FlatWorld: The world has no horizon due to it being flat.
* GenesisEffect
GenesisEffect: The creation of an entire planet.
* GotTheWholeWorldInMyHand
GotTheWholeWorldInMyHand: Symbol of a hand grasping at the globe.
* HellOnEarth
HellOnEarth: Demons invade the world and transform it into a hellish wasteland.
* HemisphereBias
HemisphereBias: Any shot of a spacecraft or other object orbiting or approaching the Earth will only show the side of the planet where the target audience of the production lives.
* HollowWorld
HollowWorld: The world is a hollow shell, and something lives in it.
* HomeworldEvacuation
HomeworldEvacuation: Someone's homeworld becoming inhabitable, forcing the populace to leave.
* InsignificantLittleBluePlanet
InsignificantLittleBluePlanet: Earth depicted as boring and/or useless.
* MarsNeedsWater
MarsNeedsWater: Mars is dry up.
* MarsNeedsWomen
MarsNeedsWomen: Non-human males think human females are hot.
* NotOfThisEarth
NotOfThisEarth: Evidence is discovered that suggests we're not alone in the universe
* OneWorldOrder
OneWorldOrder: A planet or species answers to a single government.
* PlanetTerra
PlanetTerra: Earth being called Terra in science fiction stories.
* PunyEarthlings
PunyEarthlings: Compared to other sentient species, humans suck.
* VichyEarth
VichyEarth: Alien invaders rule humanity before or instead of exterminating us.
* TheWarOfEarthlyAggression
TheWarOfEarthlyAggression: Off-world colonies declare independence from the mother planet.
* JustForFun/WhyYouShouldDestroyThePlanetEarthJustForFun/WhyYouShouldDestroyThePlanetEarth: A fun, lighthearted page describing the myriad reasons characters may want to eliminate Earth.


* HemisphereBias\\
Most shots of a spacecraft or other object orbiting or approaching the Earth will only show that side of the planet where the target audience of the production lives, and almost always will be in full sunlight as well, even if ground-based scenes in that hemisphere are shown to happen at night.

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* HemisphereBias\\
Most shots of a spacecraft or other object orbiting or approaching the Earth will only show that side of the planet where the target audience of the production lives, and almost always will be in full sunlight as well, even if ground-based scenes in that hemisphere are shown to happen at night.
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* FictionalEarth


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* HemisphereBiasHemisphereBias\\
Most shots of a spacecraft or other object orbiting or approaching the Earth will only show that side of the planet where the target audience of the production lives, and almost always will be in full sunlight as well, even if ground-based scenes in that hemisphere are shown to happen at night.

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* OneWorldOrder

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* MarsNeedsWater


* {{Counter-Earth}}

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* {{Counter-Earth}}CounterEarth


Compare TheGroundBeneathOurFeet, {{Heliotropes}}, IndexOnTheMoon, StellarIndex.

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Compare TheGroundBeneathOurFeet, {{Heliotropes}}, IndexOnTheMoon, StellarIndex.StellarIndex, OtherworldTropes.

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* HomeworldEvacuation


* WhyYouShouldDestroyThePlanetEarth

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* WhyYouShouldDestroyThePlanetEarthJustForFun/WhyYouShouldDestroyThePlanetEarth


Compare TheGroundBeneathOurFeet, {{Heliotropes}}, IndexOnTheMoon.

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Compare TheGroundBeneathOurFeet, {{Heliotropes}}, IndexOnTheMoon.IndexOnTheMoon, StellarIndex.


Compare TheGroundBeneathOurFeet, {{Heliotropes}}.

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Compare TheGroundBeneathOurFeet, {{Heliotropes}}.{{Heliotropes}}, IndexOnTheMoon.


* {{Terraforming}}


* Terraforming

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* Terraforming{{Terraforming}}

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* Terraforming

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