Thursday, February 29, 2024

The Historical past of the Earth (All 4.5 Billion Years) in 1 Hour: A Million Years Coated Each Second


From Kurzge­sagt comes the his­to­ry of our plan­et in a single hour. They write: “Earth is 4.5 bil­lion years outdated — which is approx­i­mate­ly the identical period of time it took us to cre­ate this video. We’ve scaled the com­plete time­line of our Earth’s life into our first ani­mat­ed film! Each sec­ond exhibits a couple of mil­lion years of the planet’s evo­lu­tion. Hop on a musi­cal prepare experience and expe­ri­ence how lengthy a bil­lion years actual­ly is.” Under, yow will discover the time­stamps for the geo­log­ic peri­ods cov­ered within the video.

0:00 Intro
0:51 Hadean
8:04 Eoarchean
13:20 Pale­oarchean
18:35 Mesoarchean
23:51 Neoarchean
27:47 Sider­ian
30:24 Rhy­a­cian
33:42 Orosiri­an
36:58 Stather­ian
39:38 Calym­mi­an
42:15 Ectasian
44:52 Sten­ian
47:30 Ton­ian
51:12 Cryo­gen­ian
52:18 Edi­acaran
53:35 Cam­bri­an
54:17 Ordovi­cian
54:49 Sil­uri­an
55:08 Devon­ian
55:55 Automotive­bonif­er­ous
56:43 Per­mi­an
57:21 Tri­as­sic
58:02 Juras­sic
58:46 Cre­ta­ceous
59:48 Pale­o­gene
1:00:21 Neo­gene
1:00:38 Qua­ter­nary
1:00:45 Finish­ing

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