Anonymous
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I believe not because with everything we build and make, the materials come from the Earth so technically the Earth wouldn't weigh more or less. But, that is the way I see it, I could be wrong.

Manomay Shravage
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People often think that, as we increase our population, the weight of the people comes from nowhere. People just weigh more and the Earth therefore weighs more. That's not true. The Earth is an isolated system where all the of the mass that was on it to start with doesn't go anywhere. You don't make mass from nowhere, so people have got to gain weight by taking mass from elsewhere on the Earth: in other words, eating food that's come out of the Earth and into their bodies.

But, considering the planet as a whole, does that get heavier over time? The answer is yes, it can.

Every year, Earth gains about the weight of two aircraft carriers landing on it: two "HMS Ark Royals", or about 40,000 tonnes-worth of debris, which lands on Earth from space.

Anonymous
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I do not think so, because earth gets all of its supplies from itself, so I don't think the earth could weigh more or less but great question!