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The history of the Earth from its formation to present day, covering major events throughout its 4-billion-year history. Estimates of average temperature, atmospheric composition, and day length are given. The reconstruction is based off of the companion video ( • ⁸ᴷ Interactive Contine... ) with changes to the coastline.
Forgot to add this event, but the little boom is in the video.:
(Impacts 2023Ma) Vredefort impact - This impact is the largest confirmed crater on Earth at 300 km wide. It is found in South Africa.
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“Division”, “Ever Mindful”, “Soaring”, “Revival”, “Ossuary 6”, "Impact Intermezzo" by Kevin MacLeod (
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Amirhossein Hesampour
Amirhossein Hesampour 3 anos atrás
Can we all just take a moment to appreciate the amount of research and time put on this video
Claudio Zúñiga Gamarra
noobiii 3 anos atrás
no, most of the credit should go to the cameraman. imagine how much work he did only for it to go to waste.
Claude Speed
Claude Speed 3 anos atrás
It's a fake fantasy. No way all this data is true or accurate
Vtron 3 anos atrás
Synthesis Chara as well as being something that has been estimated by decades of research and expeditions.
D. Demented Engineer: C99 is ur friend.
@Vtron *Centuries.
Nancy Ronan
Nancy Ronan 4 meses atrás
0:10 starting a water vouper 4:40 first snowball earth event 5:31 the end of first snowball event 6:20 beginning of the boring billion 6:37 beginning of the supercontinent columia 6:54 oceans turn purple. 7:56 oceans stop turning purple 9:21 second snowball earth event 9:34 the end of second snowball earth event 10:25 beginning of supercontinent pangea 11:20 last ice age
Angel Huchin
Angel Huchin 4 meses atrás
Thank you
Juanma111 4 meses atrás
God's blessing xD
eraser1103 3 meses atrás
we are in an ice age rn
ALIEN ACADEMY 2 meses atrás
Looks like you got pretty good snow day ahead of you planned. Always good to have an agenda . It tracks that most of snowball fight schedule is taken up in making the snowballs all ready to go and then once the event big is it’s usually already almost over. then boring billion begins before turn ocean purple after nap time. Pangea was that awkward to have Australia back again? Was it during the 140 million years that Pangaea has Africa and her sister America north and south all together so that you could walk from the White House to the Casablanca and Africa to just a casa that is Blanca in south America back to the White House together trading flora and fauna for millions of years before Africa says to America. Hey sis, I got a black thought. Why don’t we invent humans and then we can get off this planet so go see say hi to the moon again then shoot the moon for mars maybe Venus. If we have enough time.
Juanma111 2 meses atrás
​@ALIEN ACADEMY a lot of text
Cherry's DIY
Cherry's DIY 2 anos atrás
This is beautiful. Really makes you think of how old and precious the Earth is.
Rule Americana
Rule Americana 2 anos atrás
ItsBeast64 I mean scientists at the top would never lie to you with carbon technology that you don't have access to
counmaptry the awesome
ItsBeast64 spoiler alert: he hasn't
Robert Miller
Robert Miller 2 anos atrás
@-surlie brothers vintage 399- / King Knight there are christain paleontologists, and plus priests obviously know dinosaurs existed
Rule Americana
Rule Americana 2 anos atrás
ItsBeast64 I have an 146 IQ lmfao. I believe the earth is billion years old. I believe it's possible that they are lying
Rule Americana
Rule Americana 2 anos atrás
I'm very highly educated
Hirotoball Channel(ABY&MA)
i love this video, it's not only relaxing, but also very good!, also can we just appreciate how much effort he put into this masterpiece?
Pika The Chao
Pika The Chao 9 meses atrás
I come back and rewatch every few months, it's just so good.
Hirotoball Channel(ABY&MA)
@Pika The Chao i do to
McHappy 8 meses atrás
McHappy 8 meses atrás
Jimmy Pham
Jimmy Pham 8 meses atrás
@Pika The Chao ryyyyyuuyyyy
Tony D'Agostino
Tony D'Agostino Anos atrás
Very detailed and revealing piece about deep time and life on Earth. A really nice addition to this would have been the average distance to the Moon along with it's relative size. The Moon was about 25% closer during the Great Ordovician Biodiversity event with proportionally strong tidal forces on Earth
ah yes
ah yes Anos atrás
Can i contact you?
cairo_what Anos atrás
@ah yes what👩🏿‍🦲
Clogged Toilet Gaming
@ah yes tf you need to dm him for💀
ah yes
ah yes Anos atrás
@Clogged Toilet Gaming I kinda thought I've seen him somewhere, but it was a misunderstanding mb
Clogged Toilet Gaming
@ah yes o k
Surfer Aly
Surfer Aly 6 meses atrás
Wow, just the most amazing rendering - greatest story ever told. Wish this had been available 35 years ago when I was a geology student, waited a very long time for this, thank you😊
2 wtc new York Twin tower
1 m year
Miloyall GD
Miloyall GD 3 dias atrás
Better late than never!
A. Kenneth Nolan
A. Kenneth Nolan 3 anos atrás
This is absolutely outstanding. You must have put an astonishing amount of time into it. I'm glad I found this because I am teaching Earth History right now and I'd love to send this out to my students to watch. Thanks for an incredible piece of science and art!
Łethal 3 anos atrás
A. Kenneth Nolan ok boomer
nde tavy
nde tavy 3 anos atrás
Itz Letha1 lol
Jaur 3 anos atrás
I would totally agree with you.
Rico Hill
Rico Hill 3 anos atrás
Itz Letha1 ok zoomer
MrPlasma 3 anos atrás
@Łethal ok boomer
CYBER KHAN Anos atrás
Oh my! The way you visually organized the information in chronological order is amazing!! Absolutely fascinating! I loved this video!! Without a doubt it's my favorite video from everything I've seen on BRvid!! Congratulations and thanks!!!
FearlessFenrir 2 anos atrás
You have no idea how many times I have watched this video. It is incredibly well made and I enjoy watching it every time! Thank you for making this video!
Smitology 8 meses atrás
The early stages of the Earth are so weird, like any alien astronomer might observe it and just see a random blue planet, without any knowledge that within it are loads and loads of single-cellular organisms, which would eventually become something incredibly complex
Lilly 2 anos atrás
This is so amazing! Thank you so much for the time and effort you put into this video! No fancy animations no distractions just clear concise information and interesting facts. Best video of this kind on BRvid.
Mark Stavisky
Mark Stavisky 10 meses atrás
Thank you Algol for an invaluable work! I can't stop rewatching this video. Could you please provide an "Events document" as you did for "History and Future of the Solar System" video?
MisterTwister 3 anos atrás
Just a reminder that in a 10 minute video of Earth’s history, humanity is only there for half a second.
inessa 2 anos atrás
@Stoplookin9 Do the math. Earth has existed for over 4 billion years and yet humanity is said to have originated only 50 thousand years ago, if that. (EDIT: stop posting bullshit saying humans have existed longer than that... Me and everyone fucking already knew that. I was referring to recorded human civilization, as recorded by Earth's oldest civilization, the Australian Aboriginals, which dates back to 50-60k years ago.)
inessa 2 anos atrás
@ceren if that what?
inessa 2 anos atrás
@ceren in the context i used it, i said that humans have only existed for "50 thousand years, if that" meaning that we probably have been around for less than that time. are you a native english speaker? that's what the idiom means...
Beleak Swordsteel
Beleak Swordsteel 2 anos atrás
@ceren we say "if that" here in the US. Where are you from?
Fallingsky21 2 anos atrás
@inessa and in that 50 thousand years we clutched and took over the fucking planet
Danish Mastery
Danish Mastery Anos atrás
I LOVE that you included the temperature too! You really went above and beyond 👍🏻👍🏻
alki9969 6 meses atrás
pure speculation
Brian Dye
Brian Dye Anos atrás
It’s so cool to see how our amazing planet formed and evolved for the years
D-Mic 4 dias atrás
Favorite video, right here. The movement of everything and changes to the world, as well as the music, it's mesmerizing! Great work, Algol!
Matt Highley
Matt Highley 11 meses atrás
I find it quite fascinating also how the planet still manages to regulate its temperature with very little fluctuation (on a greater scale) despite the sun constantly getting hotter and hotter. Makes me wonder how long this can continue into the future as the sun gets even more luminous.
darth856 11 meses atrás
As I understand it, about 1 billion years.
Queen of Mediocrity 😎👍
There’s only about 1 billion years left until the oceans evaporate, so we are actually about 80% complete with the entire history of life on this planet Which is kind of scary, but also fascinating when you really think about it
Luke F
Luke F 3 meses atrás
To my understanding, about 600 million years until most plants go extinct due to carbon dioxide levels plummeting, about 1 billion years for the planet to turn into a moist greenhouse and thus most water evaporating and the extinction of complex life, and about 2 billion years for remaining simple life to go extinct too. The things that gave life to the planet will also be the things that take it away.
Tiago 2 meses atrás
⁠@Luke Fis the 600 million mark the end of plate tectonics?
Every ice age ever 4:29 Start of Huronian Ice Age 9:21 Start of Sturtian Ice Age 9:32 Start of Marinoan Ice Age
Tippi Gordon
Tippi Gordon 3 anos atrás
Absolutely, utterly fascinating. This is superbly well done. I can't imagine how much time it took to put this together, but please know that every single moment of your effort is appreciated. I literally have goosebumps.
Анатолий Череповский о сейсморазведке
This movie is nice, but not related to geology and science. The Earth is definitely expanding, so the continents would never generate a super-continent again and again!
Dr Dust
Dr Dust Anos atrás
@Анатолий Череповский о сейсморазведке *Pangea Proxima crying in the corner*
Stuffed Bunny Chess Madness
@Dr Dust LOL
AstroEvada 11 meses atrás
@Анатолий Череповский о сейсморазведке Earth is not a star.
Тектоника плит против расширения Земли
@AstroEvada Not yet... Actually, I do not strongly believe that the Earth would evolve into a star. But there are brave scientists who have suggested that the expanding Earth would become a gas giant (like Jupiter) and then a star!
Francois Lancon
Francois Lancon Anos atrás
An impressive piece of work. There is so much data that I will need to go over it frame by frame. Very well done.
Joannes Berque
Joannes Berque Anos atrás
Awesome! Thanks so much for this. One personal wish: would be wonderful to have the correspondance between the appearing landmasses and today's places. Like, main cities, some countries...
Earth the UniverseBall
Earth the UniverseBall 5 meses atrás
Pangea Break down 10:49 North America and Eurasia gets separated. 10:51 North America Breaks off. 10:52 Antarctica, Australia and India Drifts away from Africa and North America. 11:00 Antarctica, Australia and India Drift away from Each other. | South America away from Africa, Leaving no Supercontinent. 11:16 A piece of Africa gets slightly breaks off making Saudi Arabia. Continent Collisions 11:13 India Collides with Eurasia, forming Himalayas. 11:18 It doesn't really count as a Collision but South America connects with North America's Tail.
David Edward
David Edward Anos atrás
I love this video and enjoy watching it. I do want to point out marsupials would have had to evolve before 55 million years because they are found in Australia and North America and would’ve had to evolve and disperse at a time when both continents were connected crossing Africa/Antarctica land bridge 125 million years ago. Likewise same goes for the American Pawpaw and Australian fingersop which would’ve traveled across Gondwana before the breakup.
Curio M
Curio M 6 meses atrás
As a person who loves science, this is magnificent.
Realkekznogimmickz 3 anos atrás
We're pretty lucky to be alive in a time where the continents are mostly coherent, imagine if we had to evolve on one big worldwide archipelago.
hagnar the viking
hagnar the viking 3 anos atrás
The seafood would be pretty good.
Bruh 3 anos atrás
Imagine living at 1 of 5 hawaii island
Soloredz 89
Soloredz 89 3 anos atrás
I think it would be better actually. We are unlucky because we could have united politically much quicker in one giant landmass.
hagnar the viking
hagnar the viking 3 anos atrás
@Soloredz 89 I disagree because europe, asia, africa and asia minor (middle east) are connected as one major landmass and is far from united.
Gerrard Jones
Gerrard Jones 3 anos atrás
I think then the europe islands would become the new east indees.
P.R of Liverpool Mapping
Its so cool to see what all the land was like through all of Earth's history!
Mute 2 anos atrás
I know the story in a short way .... Phhhh America: what a stink Europe: someone farted And so the pangea separated
RockWorkBricks 2 anos atrás
@Mute loll
Mute 2 anos atrás
@-surlie brothers vintage 399- / King Knight right for you the earth is flat
-surlie brothers vintage 399- / King Knight
@Mute no, I mean the millions of years
Jarek K.
Jarek K. Anos atrás
The formation of the ozone layer during the Ediacaran era was the most important event for life on Earth. The evolution of life has greatly accelerated since then.
Berserker !!
Berserker !! Mês atrás
Thanks to the plants! We always abuse them and they don't deserve it
DIVERSANT 21 dia atrás
Спасибо автору! Это самое лучшее видео про дрейф континентов, которое я только видел! Но есть один минус. Я бы хотел, чтобы вы показали ещё будущее.
Макар Ткаченко
Для тех, кому нужно. Кому не нужно, уходите. 0:14 Hadean 0:54 Archean 4:24 Proterozoic 9:35 ediacaran 9:50 Cambrian 10:00 Ordovician 10:06 Silurian 10:11 Devonian 10:21 carbon 10:31 Permian 11:10 Paleocene 11:11 Eocene 11:15 Oligocene 11:17 Miocene 11:20 Pliocene 11:21 Pleistocene and Holocene.
No angry mustache man allowed
Rude comment + Dumb Correct way to say ✅ For people who need this. Ignore it if you don't want
sumas 9 meses atrás
@No angry mustache man allowed How tf is it rude 💀
Moon 8 meses atrás
@No angry mustache man allowed bro kid is really making hate comment about un-offensive comment💀
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Insert Username 8 meses atrás
@sumas He edited the comment
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@Moon He edited the comment
Grayden 8 meses atrás
Crazy to think so much of what we know of Earth history (dinosaurs, extinction events, continental formations, mammals, insects, birds, humans) happened in the equivalent of the last hour of the last day on a calendar. I think Neil DeGrasse Tyson explains it like that.
vanuatu 3 anos atrás
Phenomenal, the amount of research required for this was probably uncountable. Very unique, I look forward to seeing your future works!
The Danish Communist
The Danish Communist 3 anos atrás
He uploads a video like every once a year
dead account
dead account 3 anos atrás
Lil Yargbiscuit
Lil Yargbiscuit 3 anos atrás
​@Tristan van Heest ...there's more evidence to this stuff than just being like "boop new world created BY GOD"
Rob Stewart
Rob Stewart Anos atrás
It's suspicious that the land breaks apart during the Huronian Glaciation then comes back together for the (not so) Boring Billion. Might that be from those glaciers transporting crust all over the place, making it look like the land broke apart for a while? This and the other reconstructions on this channel are the most fascinating videos I've ever seen.
TrainDude432 Anos atrás
you mean sus
Adriana Istrate
Adriana Istrate 6 meses atrás
@TrainDude432 amogus
changying2005six Anos atrás
This video is really awesome! What animation software or programming software is used to make the map projection method to change this effect? Is it GIS or adobe? Thank you very much. :D
marcelo sauaf
marcelo sauaf 10 meses atrás
Awesome presentation work! Now... at ~750 Mya (for instance): even though there had already enough O2 dissoluted in the ocean to raise, develop and spread through the entire planet the pluricelular ediacaran biota, and ocean surface released (as it does so far) O2 to atmosphere (via their interface)... the atmospheric O2 level remained mere "1%" by then and steadily for thousands of hundred years? 🤔
Syrath Douglas
Syrath Douglas Anos atrás
I’d be interested in a speculative evolution of an alternate timeline where oxygen never became as prevalent as it is today and remained around 1-5% of the atmospheric makeup. What life would have evolved in such a nitrogen-rich environment?
Abhishek Garg
Abhishek Garg 10 meses atrás
Then we would be giant blobs of plasma and we would still have youtube but it'd be called plasmatube. See ya on the other timeline.
New Angel Official
New Angel Official 8 meses atrás
0:01 Algol Intro 0:07 Pretext 0:14 Warning 0:18 Starts 0:20 Formation Of The Moon 0:21 Formation of primordial soup 0:25 the earth is getting cold and Appearance of water and mineral 0:35 First life and tectonic 0:44 The water is green 0:47 Late Heavy Bombardeament begins soon more
McHappy 8 meses atrás
Андрій Гербут
Earth the UniverseBall
Earth the UniverseBall 6 meses atrás
@McHappy Pangea Broke Apart
Lord Skeptic
Lord Skeptic 5 meses atrás
『KorinuTheFish』 3 anos atrás
0:00 Formation of the Earth 0:20 Formation of the Moon 0:33 Earth cools down 0:34 First evidence of life 1:07 Late heavy bombardment ends 1:37-1:48 First ice age 3:00 Land forms 7:47-9:52 Snowball Earth 9:52 Cambrian explosion 10:14 First plants 10:14-10:20 Devonian period 10:20-10:22 Devonian extinction 10:25 First plants 10:30 First insects 10:37-10:38 Permian period 10:38-10:41 Permian extinction 10:41-10:42 The time it rained for 2 million years 10:42 First dinosaurs 10:42 Triassic period 10:42 Triassic-Jurassic extinction 10:42-10:47 Jurassic period 10:47-11:09 Cretaceous period 11:09-11:10 extinction of the dinosaurs 11:17 First mammals 11:20 First humans 11:20-11:36 Holocene
『KorinuTheFish』 3 anos atrás
Thank you for 1 like!
Joannes Berque
Joannes Berque Anos atrás
Also love the constant timestep. For the first time actually felt how close we are to the dinosaurs and their extinction...
Nicholas Morsovillo
Nicholas Morsovillo 2 anos atrás
I have to admit I was impressed with how this video shows how the continents were formed and everything else that happened on Earth but one thing I'm confused about is if science was accurate if this actually happened.
Abraham Samma
Abraham Samma 2 anos atrás
A lot of work across different disciplines stretching over 5 decades went into gathering the knowledge necessary to even begin to make this video. Basically, it's like forensics, but for the natural world. You need to get creative in terms of developing methods to understand the deep past. The science has gotten better, but there's always something more to learn; we know the basic story well, now we're piecing together details. The journey continues.
darth856 2 anos atrás
Its roughly accurate. But things like the exact shape and position of the continents, especially further back than 1 billion years ago, is uncertain. This is mentioned in the intro.
great channel
great channel Anos atrás
Yeah what if science is jist wrong and none of this is real. What if we have no clue how the earth got formed?
CoolName Anos atrás
@great channel We know how the Earth was formed. A bunch of rocks banged together.
This is a picture of my cat
As someone who lives on the sun and I witnessed with happen, I can confirm this actually happened 4.5 billion years ago
Herberti Pedroso
Herberti Pedroso 2 anos atrás
What a wonderful job. Congratulations to everyone involved in the production of the video.
yellow man
yellow man 2 anos atrás
Only one person made this.
Herberti Pedroso
Herberti Pedroso 2 anos atrás
WOW!!! Even more impressive!
yellow man
yellow man 2 anos atrás
@Herberti Pedroso yep. Well it’s kinda simple. You just need to make the continents move, in a program called gplates. Then you edit the video and make the stats and events. Its hard to find references but thanks to this video it’s much easier to understand the history of our planet without having to look through different sources and articles.
Whwhwhhwhhhwh Dldkjdsnsjskskskdk
@yellow man surely they would have to have gone to quite a lot of effort to find all the locations and sizes of all the land masses at all the different times
Christina Marie Ricks / Geologist
amazing, channels and videos like this would have made getting my geology degree easier back between 2005 to 2008! In gratitude!
Stilian 3 anos atrás
0:15 First Apart of Earth 4:29 Snow Might Comes 5:31 Red Earth 6:21 Blue Lonely Empire 9:19 Snow II 9:36 Final Becoming an Earth
KRAKO 3 anos atrás
6:53 purple ocean am I joke to you?
Le Rat King
Le Rat King 2 anos atrás
rusty earth
me figure
me figure Anos atrás
@KRAKO is dark blue
zYogurtBoi_ Anos atrás
​@me figure it's technically violet which is a mixture of both but more associated with purple
Ashley C
Ashley C 2 anos atrás
Went all over Google trying to find out what colour the sky was when the ocean was green only to come back here and realize you’ve included that in the animation as well
Robbie 2710
Robbie 2710 2 anos atrás
finally someone who says colour instead of color! (by the way i don’t live in the usa)
Anant Tiwari
Anant Tiwari 2 anos atrás
@Robbie 2710 both are correct, but the UK one is superior 😀
Singularity Anos atrás
@Anant Tiwari no you need to say like American: superor
CoolName Anos atrás
@Singularity As an American I can confirm, this is how we say it.
TheDoubleSsymbol Anos atrás
@Anant Tiwari why would the one with the silent letter be superior
yes Anos atrás
I would not be surprised even if it took a whole year to make this video. Great quality.
Jamie Loughner
Jamie Loughner Mês atrás
This is one of my favorite videos on BRvid! I only wish it could somehow be side by side with great extinctions & abrupt changes in dominant species as that might help clarifying some misconception about climate changes.
Leandro Machado Rocha
I always return here. I love this video:. the timeline, music, information, the sound of collisions, etc. Great job!
Greg Jonson
Greg Jonson Mês atrás
Until now I never realised that life literally had to exist for billions of years before even going multicellular. Wow.
Joel Proxima
Joel Proxima 2 anos atrás
This video is 11 minutes long. All of human history occurs in less than a blink of an eye. Crazy.
maxi stanca
maxi stanca 2 anos atrás
All the history we learn are the last 30 secs
Alessandro 2 anos atrás
30 sec??? Man the homo sapiens arrives literally at the last second, that means that since the prehistoric age till today is like 0,3 sec in this video. So we maybe "learn" 0,05 sec😂
maxi stanca
maxi stanca 2 anos atrás
@Alessandro I didn't know you studied only homo sapiens😂i studied also dinosaurs
Alessandro 2 anos atrás
@maxi stanca wait you said 'history' lol.
maxi stanca
maxi stanca 2 anos atrás
@Alessandro noooo💔😂
Mickelson Anos atrás
This is literally an amazing video, props to whoever made this!!!
eldritch monster of norfolk
Hello Algol, may I ask what the outline or halo around the planet represents? It starts off yellow then turns light blue? Also, thank you ever so much for creating this video, so much information in such a clear, easily digestible manner! Makes one want to learn more.
Gootz Anos atrás
That's the sky's/atmosphere's color.
Shazaib Anos atrás
Atmosphere I think
Юра Сидоров
Цвет атмосферы. Сначала она была метано-углекислая, с большими долями хлора и прочей гадости, жёлтого цвета. Но потом бактерии в океане начали вырабатывать очень сильный яд, из-за которого случилось самое масштабное вымирание за всю историю (98.8% ВСЕЙ ЖИЗНИ). Это событие изменило состав атмосферы, её цвет и саму жизнь. Яд этот есть и сейчас. И называется он... Кислород.
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Coffee Cat
Coffee Cat 10 meses atrás
Я не знаю английского, просто наслаждаюсь видео. Хоть как, но мне хочется перевести, сделать всё, чтобы узнать побольше и распространить это видео среди тех, кто знает русский язык. Спасибо автору за проделанную работу!
RazBeRu 7 meses atrás
Cow Tools
Cow Tools Anos atrás
I would love to see another version of just everything after the final banded iron formation, ten times slower. There's too much happening to take in.
Evelyn Barkley
Evelyn Barkley 8 meses atrás
I have always loved your supercontinent videos, but this takes the cake!! Oh my god! This climatologist wants to give you a massive hug.
The Earth
The Earth 3 anos atrás
This takes me back :,(
Miles Agnew
Miles Agnew 3 anos atrás
The good old days
أبو شهاب
أبو شهاب 3 anos atrás
Pookie 3 anos atrás
Hi i live in your ocean Æüģh
The Earth
The Earth 3 anos atrás
@Pookie Sup lil guy
Aiwanano 3 anos atrás
Eyyy sup Earth how are you doing
Higgs Bonbon
Higgs Bonbon Anos atrás
Insane how multicellular life is such a small proportion of life of Earth's history and a comparatively recent development.
jose luis carmona jimenez
Es una recreación maravillosa, muy ilustrativa, Pangea, mar de Tetis, nivel de oxígeno, y nos dice que estamos viviendo en el último segundo del día.
Cyril Allione
Cyril Allione 9 meses atrás
Great job! This is hypnotizing, can spend hours to observe the world and all specs at a specific time, just great!
Yeeter McGee
Yeeter McGee 2 anos atrás
It is so weird seeing this and learning about a time before dinosaurs, it would be hard to imagine but this helps
𝙰𝚗𝚝𝚒-𝚈𝚎𝚘𝚗𝚓𝚞𝚗 𝙷𝚘𝚝𝚎𝚕
Starting Timestamps: 0:01 Intro 0:07 Pretext 0:14 Evolution of the Earth Legends: Red: Eruption Events Orange: Extinction Events Yellow: Impact Events Green: Biological Events Dark Green: Tectonic Events Violet: Miscellaneous Events Timestamps: Eon: Hadean 0:19 Formation of the Earth and the Moon 0:27 Latest appearance of Water 0:36 Earliest date of First life 0:50 Late Heavy Bombardment begins 0:54 Formation of Magnetic Field Eon:Archean Era: Eoarchean 1:07 Late Heavy Bombardment ends ✧MORE COMING SOON SO LIKE✧
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0:14 Earth's creation. 0:17 Hadean Eon begins. 0:20 Earth goes below 1000 degrees Celsius. 0:23 Primordial Soup forms (super-heated since it's 630 degrees Celsius). 0:35 First lifeforms. 0:47 Earth goes below 100 degrees Celsius (and remains so ever since). 0:54 Archean Eon begins. 3:15 first ice caps. 4:24 Proterozoic Eon begins. 4:26 Oceans turn red. 4:40 First Snowball Earth; Paleoproterozoic thermal minimum -50 degrees Celsius. 5:30 First Snowball Earth ends; Proterozoic thermal maximum 50 degrees Celsius. 6:16 Oceans turn blue again. 6:54 Oceans turn purple. 7:08 roughly 800 million years of stable climate (temperature average is 12 degrees Celsius). 8:34 1 billion years ago. 9:19 Second Snowball Earth; Neoproterozoic thermal minimum -50 degrees Celsius. 9:30 Second Snowball Earth ends; Neoproterozoic thermal maximum 50 degrees Celsius. 9:32 Third And Last Snowball Earth; final thermal minimum of -50 degrees Celsius. 9:34 Third And Last Snowball Earth ends; final thermal maximum of 50 degrees Celsius. 9:50 Phanerozoic Eon begins. 10:38 Mesozoic Era begins; Phanerozoic Thermal Maximum (35 degrees Celsius). 11:09 Cenozoic Era begins.
polar bear
polar bear 3 anos atrás
Bakarana 3 anos atrás
I have no idea why i clicked on this video, i have no idea why im reading this comment, and i dont know what you just said.
Ederene Dela Paz
Ederene Dela Paz 3 anos atrás
@Bakarana History of the earth
Ryan Leung
Ryan Leung 3 anos atrás
Oh my god
Deep Thought
Deep Thought 3 anos atrás
@Bakarana Facepalm go back to High School...
Lara Raquel
Lara Raquel Anos atrás
9:30 Wow things changed VERY quickly at this point, it’s wild The temperatures swung back and forth wildly and oxygen SHOOTS up, it’s so cool.
Pedro Nunes
Pedro Nunes Anos atrás
50°C in one of the frames, crazy stuff
Liv1K Anos atrás
*Я аж расплакался от настольгии, это было так давно. В том время еще даже динозавров небыло и церера находилась за 100 световых лет от земли. Тогда еще я был маленьким*
Michael F
Michael F 10 meses atrás
The is wonderful! It would be nice to have an estimate of atmospheric pressures at various times, too.
Klangwurst Anos atrás
Einfach nur großartig! Das ist wissenschaftliche Präsentation auf absolut höchtem Niveau. Vielen, vielen Dank!
Edge of sanity
Edge of sanity 6 meses atrás
Finally I can tell what the Archaean and Proterozoic eras and the Proterozoic periods have been based on Or at least the milestones of each era and period
Captain Ax
Captain Ax 3 anos atrás
Some people think that geology is boring. Some pepole don't know that 2 bilion years ago there was a *literal nuclear reactor in the middle of a lake in Gabon* that stayed active for *thousands of years*! This video is some of the top tier stuff on youtube. Edit: fixed a typo
TornadoMash 3 anos atrás
they brush the surface and don't even dig in because it's "boring" or "stupid"
marik354 3 anos atrás
No 3 anos atrás
St 3 anos atrás
Yeah, still boring. Edit: I meant that geology in general is boring for me, this video is kinda fascinating.
The Rock
The Rock 3 anos atrás
Nandan Mohata
Nandan Mohata 2 anos atrás
Nailed it, bro! Whoever made this deserve appreciation. Thank you for this wonderful video.
MrOystein1977 2 anos atrás
Wow, just wow!! Could you believe that enormous time scale we are witnessing here. 😮
Ruszard 9 meses atrás
hats off to this guy for going back in time and reshaping the world to look like that
Andrea Bindolini
Andrea Bindolini 2 anos atrás
Algol, another question. What is the meaning of the green circles on the surface, right at the beginning of the video, after Theia impact and before the formation of the first dry lands? Thank you!
Algol 2 anos atrás
Those are impact craters from when the Solar System was still littered with many small planetesimals. After a while there's no more (or very few left).
Maus Tank
Maus Tank 2 anos atrás
@Algol I thought that it was the water lol
MineZack2 2 anos atrás
@Algol I think adding a lot of holes into the surface and then filling the planet with water would work better
ItsLuke. 2 anos atrás
YLO3 A bit grim, don't you think?
Dr Eltar
Dr Eltar 2 anos atrás
@Algol 3:52 Algol, what is this cloud at the equator?
Internet Stranger, Stranger of the internet
Kinda crazy how we can all remember the second before we were born- the absolute darkness and then suddenly our first memories came to us. Little did we know all of this happened in the blink of an eye.
Andy Cheng
Andy Cheng 3 anos atrás
I closed my eyes for one millisecond and missed half a million years
Silver Dragon
Silver Dragon 3 anos atrás
That's just how it is growing up
Johan Wittens
Johan Wittens 3 anos atrás
Time flies...
Sloveniaball animations
too sad man
Trinity 3 anos atrás
Sivasubramaniyan Rangaraju
too sad man
A. Anos atrás
I thought nothing would mindblow me more than those videos about the magnitude of the universe, but ironically a video about earth might just have done it. It's just incomprehensible how every single moment, everything we learnt... Makes up for not even a second in Earth's history.
Keith Outside the box
Keith Outside the box 2 anos atrás
One of the best videos on You Tube. Just felt, someone gave me knowledge and I felt more complete.
tudorjason 11 meses atrás
Wow, this is a lot of information combined into one video. Impressive!
Henry Stickmin
Henry Stickmin 2 anos atrás
10:40 - 11:19 Pangea (240 mya) to World map 0.0 mya Pangea Super continent appearance and break apart 10:27 Formation of Pangea 10:40 Pangea 10:51 Pangea break apart 11:19 world known now
Dr Eltar
Dr Eltar 2 anos atrás
10:47 break up of Pangea Early Jurassic
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title here 8 meses atrás
Funny how everyone talks about pangea even though rodinia lasted longer and looked bigger
The Space  Enthusiast
The Space Enthusiast 4 meses atrás
While Rodinia indeed lasted longer than Pangea (Rodinia existed for 250 million years versus Pangea's 170 million.), Rodinia was not larger than Pangea because certain landmasses such as the Wrangelian terranes, Siletzia, Kazakhstania, and more did not exist during Rodinia's time. Rodinia seems to be larger because it formed roughly where the Pacific ocean is. Since maps are normally centered at 0 degrees longitude, the Pacific is placed at their edges. Map projections usually distort area near the edges, which made Rodinia seem larger than Pangea in this video. It is even stated in the video that Pangea was the largest supercontinent to date.
Sunshine Imperials
Sunshine Imperials 7 meses atrás
It’s fascinating on how the Cambrian explosion didn’t happen until near the end of the video, just showing how old the Earth really is. And to think about it, all of human history occupies one frame in this entire video, if that. Edit: Also depending on how the sun reacts during its final years, Earth could either be in the middle of its life or in its infancy, and Earth could become a lifeless, dull orphaned planet for the eons following the Sun’s death.
Zazzer 7 meses atrás
I think I read somehwere that if the lifespan of the universe was put into humans years, the universe would still be in the womb
냐몰뺴미 [Kep1ian && SWISSE]
The universe will last 1 googol years, and the last star will die out in 1 quadrillion years, so in the vast, vast majority of the universe's lifespan, there will be nothing but black holes.
Rationalific 2 anos atrás
This is such a treasure trove of information! Thank you for working so hard on this and for making it available to us!
cjrocksu 2 anos atrás
Amazing: designed extremely well and very useful - Thank you!
plotamaions 2 anos atrás
This is the most beautiful video I've ever seen I couldn't believe how amazing it is when I first watched it thanks ❤
TanyaThePrincess 8 meses atrás
Praise to the cameraman for going back in time and recording the history of earth
꧁Eʀɪᴄ Tʜᴇᴏ🧿꧂
0:24 Earth's atmosphere formed, although its atmosphere is yellow due to the heat. 1:50 Its atmosphere has reached orange because the Earth is cooling down. 2:17 Earth's atmosphere has reached Dark Pinkish-grey. 2:30 Earth's atmosphere has reached purple (Almost blue!) 3:15 Finally! The atmosphere is blue like it is now. 4:28 Earth: What's happening to my oceans? Is it turning into blood? 4:40 Venus: What's happening to Earth's polar regions? Mars: It's turning white. Earth: What do you mean? -- oh I get it! My Huronian glaciation is happening! Sun: Earth, why are you frozen? Earth: It's not a phase, mom! 5:30 Earth: Yay I'm unfrozen! 6:18 Yes my oceans are turning to saltwater! 6:54 Earth: Is my oceans turning to venom? Me: No, you are rich in Sulfur, allowing your Sulfur and green bacteria to thrive around your equator. 9:20 Not the Sturtian glaciation! I wish I hadn't have any ice ages! 11:01 Earth: Oh yes. Oh yes. I can't wait for my present day!
VPWedding Anos atrás
0:47 I have a PIMPLE! I hope it goes away.
Andrew Smyth
Andrew Smyth 9 meses atrás
That video just showed me that regardless human activity on the planet, it goes through temperature changes on its own. I knew that but seeing it here visually was brilliant to watch
STICCBOII 3 anos atrás
Imagine how fresh the air was back then
_25 3 anos atrás
Bagatur I
Bagatur I 3 anos atrás
@_25 what's so funny
Japan Panda
Japan Panda 3 anos atrás
@Bagatur I When the air was "fresh", as in new, since the earth hadn't been around as long
Astroo 3 anos atrás
Mmm nitrogen!
dukeellington2 2 anos atrás
2:57 oxygen 4:26 red ocean 4:39 first glaciacion 6:17 blue ocean 9:19 second glaciacion 9:33 oxygen level rising
Майн тв
Майн тв 2 anos atrás
Так хорошо показано как менялась земля. Спасибо
M Zero
M Zero 8 meses atrás
It occurs to me that the water creatures we supposedly evolved from may not have had a choice to evolve on to land if that ocean floor evolved into a beach or a desert.
vømy 2 anos atrás
one of my favorite topics, and this channel is full of it! you deserve a sub.
Dorol 9 meses atrás
The lack of things happening for 90% of the video vs the sudden burst of stuff at the last minute makes me truly understand how much we don't know (and can maybe never know)
Robert Cruikshank
Robert Cruikshank 2 anos atrás
Absolutely amazing. Someday, if people have way more resources, it would be interesting to add 1-3 little icons that are drawings of whatever species just evolved. Like, cells first, then one plant and one animal symbol, once it gets to that point. It's hard to pause and read the text over and over, although I am absolutely going to do that because this video is so chock full of information! Thank you for creating this!!!
عاوز تعرف اسمي ليه؟
Evolution is buster
Andrea Bindolini
Andrea Bindolini 2 anos atrás
Wonderful work! Very informative and awe-inspiring. I would ask what is supposed to represent the dark equatorial band that is shown in the first four minutes or so. Oh and the bright band that appears after the Huronian glaciation.
Algol 2 anos atrás
Early banded-iron formations, and then purple and green sulfur bacteria.
Andrea Bindolini
Andrea Bindolini 2 anos atrás
@Algol Thank you!
PBA 2 anos atrás
@Algol hi algol
Dr Eltar
Dr Eltar Anos atrás
@Algol What's music was used in phanerozoic eon?
CvVacticC Anos atrás
@Algol 11:35 2022??!?!???
Pedro 2 anos atrás
The particles that compound our body already was in the earth and got all the way to reach you through history.
Aguywhobreaths 8 meses atrás
Respect to the cameraman for going back in time to show us this
Dustin Koellhoffer
Dustin Koellhoffer Anos atrás
I’d like to see one like this for the last million years.
Hugo Nordenswan
Hugo Nordenswan 19 dias atrás
Shoutout to the cameraman for recording this sick timelapse!
Wellplay OD
Wellplay OD 3 anos atrás
Really puts into perspective how short our time has been here compared to the big picture
Serg Cool
Serg Cool 2 anos atrás
Soni4830_ Anos atrás
This taught me more history about Earth than any history teacher can
Hunter133 3 meses atrás
0:18 : Earth/Terra’s formation (A bunch of floating debris crash together forming what we know as Earth) 0:19 : The Moon/Luna’s formation (A planet known as Theia entered the solar system around 4.6B years ago, but left orbit and crashed into earth. The leftover debris formed the moon.) 0:36 : Indirect evidence of first life (Indirect evidence points to life starting on earth as soon as earth became habitable.) 0:48 - 1:08 : Late Heavy Bombardment (A wave of asteroids that would crash into earth around the Hadean eon.) 2:11 : Vaalbara (The first supercontinent) forms (Vaalbara was the largest landmass at the time, although today it would be consider a large island, somewhat like Long Island.) 3:01 : Ur forms (Ur was a mash of Vaalbara and other islands. This supercontinent stayed intact until the breakup of Gondwana 165M years ago.) 3:17 : First ice age starts (The Pongola Glaciation event was the first ice age, caused by a rapid increase of oxygen in the southern hemisphere.) 3:38 : First ice age ends (The oxygen levels decrease slowly, until the icecaps melt.) 3:47 : Kenorland forms (Kenorland is a mash up of a bunch of islands, with 2 separate halves. This was the 2nd shortest lasting supercontinent, beat by Gondwana.) 4:30 : Oxygen Catastrophe (This event is a threat to all types of life at the time. This rapid rise of oxygen made the oceans rust and turn red, and later would cause the longest ice age in history.) 4:40 : Huronian Glaciation (The longest ice age in history, the was the 2nd one since the formation of the earth, and was caused by the oxygen catastrophe as the remaining methane began to cool down and make the earth freeze.) 5:30 : Huronian Glaciation ends (The longest ice age in history had ended. This was because of the oxygen levels decreasing due to the fact that the earth was producing more nitrogen.) 5:41 : Atlantica forms (Atlantica formed from the leftover broken cratons of Kenorland, which at this time had been broken up for about 600M years already.) 6:20 : Oceans return to a more normal color (Ocean stop rusting lol💀) 6:27 : Columbia forms (Columbia was the first true supercontinent, and was about the size of Asia (maybe larger). It was formed from the collision of Atlantica and Nena.) 7:28 : First algae (Algae blooms become abundant around this time.) 7:54 : Breakup of Columbia (Idk what to say about this one really lol) 8:17 : Keweenawan Rift (The largest known failed rift. If this rift was successful, it would have torn apart Laurentia and Rodinia would have never formed.) 8:34 : Formation of Rodinia (The 2nd largest supercontinent known to date. This supercontinent consisted of 2 islands, Laurentia and Australia.) 8:59 : Land plants diverge (Wow, that's a lot of water!) 9:17 : Breakup of Rodinia (Australia fused with northern Laurentia and split north and south Laurentia. This drift would cause both snowball earth events.) 9:20 - 9:30 : Snowball Earth (Sturtian Glaciation) (The first of the 2 worldwide glaciation events in the late proterozoic. This gave the earth at the time the name "Snowball Earth") 9:33 - 9:35 : Snowball Earth (Marinoan Glaciation) (The last of the 2 worldwide glaciation events. The end of this event would have the most rapid oxygen rise in history (1% - 6% in 9.5MYA) and also would mark the end of the Cryogenian period.) 9:30 : First animals (The first complex non-microscopic multicellular life appears around this time.) 9:40 : Formation of Pannotia (Pannotia, meaning “South Land”, are the 2 halves of Rodinia moving southward, hence the name “South Land”) 9:51 : A New Eon (The end of the Ediacaran period marks a new eon, the Phanerozoic.) 10:10 : First Tetrapods (The Devonian period marks the point when animals were dwelling on land.) 10:20 - 10:38 : Karoo Glaciation (This glaciation, although not as serious as others, would be the 2nd longest glaciation ever. As well as a rapid increase of oxygen, to the point of the highest oxygen in the atmosphere ever (32% in the Carboniferous period.)) 10:26 : Formation of Pangea (Pangea, is the largest known supercontinent. It would split into Gondwana and Laurasia, but not before staying together for another 145 million years.) 10:28 : Synapsids and Sauropsids diverge (Synapsids (proto-mammals) and Sauropsids (early reptiles) would diverge.) 10:36 : First warm-blooded animals (in general) (Warm-blooded animals are thought to evolve and come around during the end of the Permian Period.) NOT FINISHED