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What would happen to regional temperatures if the Earth were tilted 33.5 degrees instead of 23.5 degrees?
There would be no extremes in temperature as there are now.
Approximately one-half of the Earth would be too cold for life and the other half too hot for life.
All regions would have greater extremes in temperature, from cooler in the winter to warmer in the summer.
All regions would have opposite extremes in temperature, from warmer in the winter to cooler in the summer.