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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 ( www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgRHZ... ) 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.

Music from filmmusic.io
“Division”, “Ever Mindful”, “Soaring”, “Revival”, “Ossuary 6”, "Impact Intermezzo" by Kevin MacLeod ( incompetech.com )
License: CC BY ( creativecommons.org/licenses/b... )

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Will E
Will E 2 anos atrás
As a geologist who always wanted a detailed cinematic of continent formations, I finally weep tears of joy. So well done and detailed!
Adrian 2022 #REMOVEYOUTUBEKIDS and mr dweller
@BoostGlitch 357 hey lollipop... 😅 (lean time 😍💜😍💜😍💜)
Joerionis
Joerionis Mês atrás
@Pato Lenho It would not change anything if you believe something like this is true though. A geologist wanting a cinematic of earths geological history seems about what you would expect from someone like that.
Jaime Cruz 🏳️‍🌈
Bro you ain’t a scientist with that loliPFP
Adrián Torres
Adrián Torres Mês atrás
Formación de los continentes Rodinia VS Pangea.
Adrián Torres
Adrián Torres 2 meses atrás
Te gusta la deriva continental y el origen de la Tierra 🌍.
Tony D'Agostino
Tony D'Agostino 9 meses 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
Skull
Skull 19 dias atrás
no cani contact you
Fede98k
Fede98k Mês atrás
@RGS Studios Hold up, I think I've seen you before somewhere... Can I contact you?
RGS Studios
RGS Studios Mês atrás
@ah yes im pretty sure ive seen you somewhere, whats your dm info?
ah yes
ah yes Mês atrás
@RGS Studios yes I do have, why do YOU want to contact me, may I ask?
RGS Studios
RGS Studios Mês atrás
@ah yes do you have twitter/instagram i can dm you on?
James Smith
James Smith 6 meses atrás
0:18 hadean eon 0:54 Archean eon 4:23 Proterozoic eon Paleozoic era 9:50 Mesozoic 10:38 cenozoic 11:09
Egan’s cat videos #1
Egan’s cat videos #1 2 meses atrás
Hadean Eon means no confirmed life
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.
CheeseBloxian Extra
CheeseBloxian Extra 19 dias atrás
Atmosphere
Юра Сидоров
Юра Сидоров 7 meses atrás
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.
18thShaz
18thShaz 8 meses atrás
Atmosphere I think
Gootz
Gootz 10 meses atrás
That's the sky's/atmosphere's color.
CYBER KHAN
CYBER KHAN 10 meses 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!!!
The Earth
The Earth 2 anos atrás
This takes me back :,(
Survival Game Devs
Survival Game Devs 19 dias atrás
Man Helo father
idk yet
idk yet Mês atrás
@Miles Agnew before humans lol
Alicia Blackburn
Alicia Blackburn Mês atrás
@ArchieDoesRandomStuff UKBall , Hello, im Pensylvania #Countryballs
ellayin0406
ellayin0406 Mês atrás
@Silent Killer o - o
Kepler-Q186
Kepler-Q186 2 meses atrás
Ikr
Danish Mastery
Danish Mastery 7 meses atrás
I LOVE that you included the temperature too! You really went above and beyond 👍🏻👍🏻
Ailed Arteaga Villagran
Eras. Sibierian 0:23. Archean 1:14 Polarcean. 1:55 Minorceran. 2:46. Forhcean. 3:54. Oberian 5:25 presthoric 6:53 presthoric era 9:14 Actual era 10:22
Jarek K.
Jarek K. 5 meses 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.
Syrath Douglas
Syrath Douglas 2 meses 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?
Amirhossein Hesampour
Amirhossein Hesampour 2 anos atrás
Can we all just take a moment to appreciate the amount of research and time put on this video
Citadel Banzali
Citadel Banzali 29 dias atrás
What is black a red sub in ? Wh ahhh 40months!?!?
Your Average Youtuber
@Claude Speed well yeah not ALL of this dead us accurate maybe not even true but alot of it is true and accurate
max
max 2 meses atrás
like the sources, so much
TheDoubleSsymbol
TheDoubleSsymbol 8 meses atrás
@Claude Speed its most likely not 100% accurate, and we probably never will make it 100% accurate
Brian Dye
Brian Dye 10 meses atrás
It’s so cool to see how our amazing planet formed and evolved for the years
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.
Joannes Berque
Joannes Berque 9 meses 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...
Leandro Machado Rocha
Leandro Machado Rocha 8 meses atrás
I always return here. I love this video:. the timeline, music, information, the sound of collisions, etc. Great job!
MisterTwister
MisterTwister 2 anos atrás
Just a reminder that in a 10 minute video of Earth’s history, humanity is only there for half a second.
철괴의 신박한 게임즈iron7miner's game channel
and 9m 51s for precambrian
inessa
inessa Mês atrás
@JET JAGUAR PP oooh actually maybe so... i like this comment
JET JAGUAR PP
JET JAGUAR PP Mês atrás
@inessa bruh humans have been around before earth has💀
두둥탁
두둥탁 3 meses atrás
@inessa What did he say?
Wasp animations
Wasp animations 3 meses atrás
@TWARDOWSKY They'll just say its fake without evidence.
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.
Francois Lancon
Francois Lancon Mês 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.
changying2005
changying2005 7 meses 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
David Edward
David Edward 9 meses 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.
A. Kenneth Nolan
A. Kenneth Nolan 2 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!
Pratham Gupta
Pratham Gupta 2 anos atrás
Very perfect video for history teacher.
MrPlasma
MrPlasma 2 anos atrás
@Łethal ok boomer
Rico Hill
Rico Hill 2 anos atrás
Itz Letha1 ok zoomer
Jaur
Jaur 2 anos atrás
I would totally agree with you.
nde tavy
nde tavy 2 anos atrás
Itz Letha1 lol
Nathan Sloan
Nathan Sloan 6 meses atrás
way cooler than the idea that the earth was snapped into creation in its current state
Adriana Istrate
Adriana Istrate 6 meses atrás
Yes
Higgs Bonbon
Higgs Bonbon 5 meses atrás
Insane how multicellular life is such a small proportion of life of Earth's history and a comparatively recent development.
junebegorra
junebegorra 4 meses 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.
Shyunai
Shyunai 2 meses atrás
you mean sus
Joannes Berque
Joannes Berque 9 meses atrás
Also love the constant timestep. For the first time actually felt how close we are to the dinosaurs and their extinction...
Said Pérez
Said Pérez 2 anos atrás
0:49 Green 4:32 Red 4:42 White 5:31 Red 6:12 Blue 6:13 Red 6:20 Blue 9:19 Red 9:22 White 9:31 Blue 9:33 White 9:35 Blue
Buddyaceswagger Ace
Buddyaceswagger Ace 3 meses atrás
Earth going through adolescence be like
TheDoubleSsymbol
TheDoubleSsymbol 3 meses atrás
@Garmagic & Fhenrakh nice one
Lotus Naturals
Lotus Naturals 2 anos atrás
ah yes, the many stages in earth's history
Statue
Statue 2 anos atrás
Next?
Мусорное Ведро Смертных Грехов
6:20 "I'm blue da ba dee da ba daa"
Klangwurst
Klangwurst 6 meses atrás
Einfach nur großartig! Das ist wissenschaftliche Präsentation auf absolut höchtem Niveau. Vielen, vielen Dank!
Mickelson
Mickelson 7 meses atrás
This is literally an amazing video, props to whoever made this!!!
Chain Chompsky
Chain Chompsky 10 meses 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.
A.
A. 7 meses 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.
vanuatu
vanuatu 2 anos atrás
Phenomenal, the amount of research required for this was probably uncountable. Very unique, I look forward to seeing your future works!
Rim
Rim 2 anos atrás
Tristan van Heest bruh nigga mayonnaise
Rim
Rim 2 anos atrás
Vanuatu Mapper this man is god
Kate Russell
Kate Russell 2 anos atrás
@Tristan van Heest This is far more interesting than that 6 days 6,000 years ago nonsense. Science while complex is much more fascinating.
Carter Adams
Carter Adams 2 anos atrás
@cracqheadish what i thought. is it not possible that this is how god created the world? not instantly, but gradually, like when one builds a house
Carter Adams
Carter Adams 2 anos atrás
@Tristan van Heest how about this... god creates the world like this, as a way to explain how something as complex as earth and life has came to be. this allows the world to fit in with everything else that exists, like the laws and physics and all that. surely, you can't argue that when you jump, gravity pulls you back down. can you?
yes
yes 9 meses atrás
I would not be surprised even if it took a whole year to make this video. Great quality.
Anas
Anas 3 meses atrás
It's hard to imagine that one time Antarctica was once a tropical paradise. Who knows what they're finding under the ice.
Adriana Istrate
Adriana Istrate 2 meses atrás
Yeah
Krystal Gonzalez Vella
Krystal Gonzalez Vella 8 meses atrás
Me hubiera gustado que tambien pusieran en qué año y siglo se desarrollaba la Tierra.
Liv1K
Liv1K Mês 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*
James Bennett-McNulty
James Bennett-McNulty 2 anos atrás
Fun fact: Every day is 0.000000034 seconds longer than the last
Heptagonny
Heptagonny 20 dias atrás
Mindblowing!
211s
211s 21 dia atrás
@DuckToes Yt it's still 2014 in Ethiopia.
BroMyGuy
BroMyGuy 24 dias atrás
30 million years = one second
MacedonianBall Productions
@Songer Kids im Macedonian too.
Xjsjxbsb
Xjsjxbsb Mês atrás
How
Chippy X
Chippy X 7 meses atrás
10:26 Formation of Pangea 9:42 Formation of Pannotia 6:38 Supercontinent Columbia form 3:48 Formation of Kenorland 3:00 Formation of UR 8:34 Rodinia assembled 5:38 Atlantic assembled
Chippy X
Chippy X 7 meses atrás
Piece of cake :)
Dolphin Go Ree account
Dolphin Go Ree account 9 meses atrás
Despite being well-known, Pangaea was not a very stable supercontinent. It only lasted about 100 million years a and its reign as the only continent was even shorter due to the motion of china. Pannotia was also quite short-lived.
211s
211s 18 dias atrás
Ching Cheng hanji intensifies
Redzool of Nozdenburg
Redzool of Nozdenburg 10 meses atrás
Out of the whole of history stromatolites probably amaze me the most, for they have claim to being the first visible signs of life that provided oxygen and furthermore they are still around and active today. Which technically makes them the first visible Living fossil.
Soni4830_
Soni4830_ 9 dias atrás
This taught me more history about Earth than any history teacher can
TlgK
TlgK 2 anos atrás
İ love how the dinosaurs and the humans are both in the last 20 seconds of an 11 min video. Mother earth is very old.
Irena veksler
Irena veksler 3 meses atrás
@blu nah sun has an extra billion
Irena veksler
Irena veksler 3 meses atrás
@darthen856 the last 40-45
Irena veksler
Irena veksler 3 meses atrás
@Fiona Woods not trueb
Irena veksler
Irena veksler 3 meses atrás
@Rajko Tančević nah not twice more sun will check in on us and by check in I mean eat us for breakfast
Irena veksler
Irena veksler 3 meses atrás
@Jay 4 billion
Daniël Van Hoorn
Daniël Van Hoorn 3 meses atrás
The power of nature is incredible
Волковская station
Это великолепно...
Ailed Arteaga Villagran
Evolución of metal First metal 2:22 First freeze metal 5:14 Era of metal 9:15-10:52 10 million metals 11:23
shlaffy
shlaffy 6 meses atrás
Wow, it's a very cool video, it's immediately obvious you tried hard on it! You have cool content keep up the good work bro!)
Tippi Gordon
Tippi Gordon 2 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.
Sally Chestercove
Sally Chestercove Mês atrás
@Dr Dust LOL
Dr Dust
Dr Dust 5 meses atrás
@Анатолий Череповский о сейсморазведке *Pangea Proxima crying in the corner*
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!
Dustin Koellhoffer
Dustin Koellhoffer Mês atrás
I’d like to see one like this for the last million years.
Francesca Cassola
Francesca Cassola 3 meses atrás
This is truly amazing. I was moved. Beautiful
Bradwell Jackson
Bradwell Jackson 2 meses atrás
Just what I was looking for. Very cool. You have done a service to knowledge.
VIKMGK TV
VIKMGK TV 5 meses atrás
I can say this, it's magnificent!
Joel Proxima
Joel Proxima Anos atrás
This video is 11 minutes long. All of human history occurs in less than a blink of an eye. Crazy.
2ND FLOOR BASEMENT
2ND FLOOR BASEMENT 2 meses atrás
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hello there
hello there 2 meses atrás
Yeah, the ratio of the earth's age to humanity's age is 2270:3. That means we have only been here for approximately 0.132% of earth's existence.
Dr Dust
Dr Dust 3 meses atrás
@maxi stanca oh sorry i was replying to the main comment I wasn’t intending to reply to you
maxi stanca
maxi stanca 3 meses atrás
@Dr Dust i litterally said dinosaurs
Dr Dust
Dr Dust 3 meses atrás
Ahh yes, humans on Pangea.
LarsonTV
LarsonTV 3 meses atrás
0:36 I'm really proud of this tiny piece of land for some reason, I wonder where it is now
William Farrell
William Farrell 6 meses atrás
I can't believe how little oxygen there was in the atmosphere until precambrian.
Albin
Albin 5 meses atrás
11:09 68 million years ago earths temperature were 21c which is around 6 degrees warmer than today despite almost same C02 levels (500ppm vs 419ppm). Clearly there was something else heating earth like enormous areas with volcanoes emitting chlorine gas depleting the ozone layer which lets more UV-B rays to hit earth.
Paulo Borges
Paulo Borges 2 meses atrás
Muito bom
Rotsen's Hack
Rotsen's Hack 5 meses atrás
Se le agradece al que viajó en el tiempo y nos enseñó esto 😃👍
Den Solo
Den Solo 9 meses atrás
Makes you appreciate even more how lucky we are to be here.
Emerald_Wrath1
Emerald_Wrath1 2 meses atrás
It’s crazy how is humans have managed to track down all these important events of earths history long before we came
SP&S 700 Productions
SP&S 700 Productions 7 meses atrás
Wow, I cant believe that we get to know what the earth looked like before humans even existed
Toufiq Ibn Afiz
Toufiq Ibn Afiz 2 anos atrás
Respect to the cameraman for capturing these! Edit: boomers stay away if you can't even get these jokes
Alexander Platypus
Alexander Platypus 3 meses atrás
AMazing the most pointless "humor" gets thousands of likes Just copy and paste a nonsense remark on any video and people go nuts over it apparently
Ħarpsichord
Ħarpsichord 7 meses atrás
@RBLX XesterS Goddamnit, the American government wouldn't take a risk to get fame at that time for something as serious as that. And the answer to your other question is: Going to the moon isn't free, look up how long it takes to prepare a rocket to go there, and the fuel+oxidizer. And it's expensive as HELL to go to the moon.
MistahPixel
MistahPixel 7 meses atrás
It’s an animation
Bawnty
Bawnty 7 meses atrás
@ferwan amongus
Randoge
Randoge 7 meses atrás
It was filmed by cameraman then algol animated it.
j
j 9 meses atrás
such a part of history, i remember watching this when it was uploaded.
Helen Fotopoulou
Helen Fotopoulou 7 meses atrás
It's funny how after the second "snowball Earth" the planet just goes crazy and now EVERYTHING is happening.
sub or else small pp
sub or else small pp 8 meses atrás
All jokes aside, this is really impressive
Archie Taylor
Archie Taylor 4 meses atrás
I followed that tiny island that appeared in the beginning and it ended up more or less in Ethiopia, where humans first evolved.
Lagoz
Lagoz 2 anos atrás
I can't believe the satelite recorded earth for 5 billion years.
Max Mayfield
Max Mayfield 3 meses atrás
​@HC if your so smart you would've known how to take a joke
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@HC its a joke
PokenoobMx
PokenoobMx 2 anos atrás
@powii !¡ yes, that was i said
The Moon
The Moon 3 meses atrás
Really takes me back, I watched this all happen.
Ron
Ron 4 meses atrás
Oof the Earth sure is old, really puts it into perspective just how long it took to get to where we are now
Ailed Arteaga Villagran
First era 0:23 First fire 0:25 First c2 0:34 First bacteria 0:37 First supercontinent 0:44 First algae 0:51 First human 0:59 First ice 1:22 First air 1:37 First gravity 1:51 First ice age 2:02 First animal 2:22 First planton 2:33 First minianimal 2:54 First car 3:16 First country 3:35 First ball 4:00 First plane 4:35 First food 4:54 First eclipse of. The moon 5:13 First dead of human 6:54 First light 7:15 First fast human 8:00 First plant 9:53 First arm 10:00 The end 10:50-11:00
Walmart Coffee
Walmart Coffee 2 meses atrás
First gravity lmfao 💀
Jackalope Wright
Jackalope Wright 20 dias atrás
I love this but wish it had more of whatever is known about the formation of the ocean. For instance, at 0:36 it mentions life around undersea vents, but the average temperature of the earth is 200C at that point. If the answer is volcanic steam, then why isn't H2O listed as an atmospheric constituent? Any references to origins of the ocean would be appreciated.
Realkekznogimmickz
Realkekznogimmickz 2 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.
Call me Shaggy
Call me Shaggy 9 meses atrás
If we evolved that way, it would probably feel pretty normal and this setup would be the wild what-if scenario.
Scott Filgo
Scott Filgo 2 anos atrás
fewer wars until we invented sailing...
disabled_pho yt
disabled_pho yt 2 anos atrás
Soloredz 89 but there will be constant wars and escalation in exchange
Micah Tshibangu
Micah Tshibangu 2 anos atrás
If it was wider then taller it would be like europe . If it was taller then wider it would be chaotic africa
Kenan Hasan
Kenan Hasan 8 meses atrás
Thanks for this hard and great work.
Buzz
Buzz 24 dias atrás
Как бывший житель этой планеты я подтверждаю что это довольно реалистично, да на земле все так и было, особенно взрывы, как в Украине очень реалистично!
Fabiola Garcia
Fabiola Garcia 4 meses atrás
Amazing video! I can´t believe that now I have the opportunity to study more about this. It feels like I won the lottery. Thank you to share it with us.
Yasser A. Meynard V.
Yasser A. Meynard V. 8 meses atrás
So are our current continents still shifting and moving around like this video shows they did millions of years ago? If so, would maps need to be re-designed in millions of years from now?
Gerrard Jones
Gerrard Jones 5 meses atrás
Ye
Game and watch
Game and watch 7 meses atrás
Yes, currently there are 4 major predications for how earth will look like in the future, Pangea Proxima/Ultima, Novopangea, Amasia and Aurica
Lmao.
Lmao. 8 meses atrás
yep
Chirchy
Chirchy 2 anos atrás
Ah yes I loved the good old days when the air was made of *rock vapor*
Fat Person
Fat Person Mês atrás
Then rock vapor was deposited again
211s
211s Mês atrás
people complaining that there is too much plastic in the water today forget that 2 billion years ago there was a lot of rusted iron in the water
` k i a '
` k i a ' Mês atrás
hmmm yws
CCbattle Space
CCbattle Space Mês atrás
@Sans carrot n kyle to visit everything of course
Sans carrot n kyle
Sans carrot n kyle Mês atrás
@CCbattle Space that long? Damn, in the old days 2.5 billion years ago we went on a road trip from venus to earth to research the ice there and it took us like 10 days
Ailed Arteaga Villagran
First coral invented 5:19 First arm invented 8:00 Pangea borders Asia 3:00
Angel D
Angel D 6 meses atrás
"""Invented"""
Yadira Olivas
Yadira Olivas 5 meses atrás
make more history of planets videos please!
BlitzKrieger
BlitzKrieger 3 meses atrás
Its so epic and i love that forming of continets i watch this everyday
Demanded
Demanded 2 meses atrás
i love how the oldest parts of the planet are still found in australia.. the oldest land mass ever
Rationalific
Rationalific 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!
Wdowa94
Wdowa94 8 meses atrás
One essential question: Why it decreased it's spinrate 3x?
nrscreates
nrscreates 14 dias atrás
Love the fact that a fully formed Florida appeared 143.4 Ma for a split second 10:56
Just Another Guy
Just Another Guy 9 meses atrás
It's crazy that even today, there's only around 21% oxygen in the atmosphere and that amount can support 8 billion of us people by constantly breathing it in AND while cutting down our massive rainforests that provides a huge portion of that available oxygen.
Unused Acc (🎃 Just forget about it🎃)
Totally massive rainforest only provides medium portion cuz most of oxygen provided by phytoplanktons/ cyannobacteria/ and other single cellular organisms
Lite
Lite 8 meses atrás
11:02 The moment when the continents begin to resemble the modern day.
Alexander Platypus
Alexander Platypus 3 meses atrás
Good catch, first person I saw to try capturing that. After a while I suddenly noticed it, but it was tough to track because that was the point in the video you need to keep hitting pause like constantly to attempt reading the NUMEROUS text popups
StilianicTrollge
StilianicTrollge 2 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
zJ0gurt0-Kun WildCraft Official
​@ANtTibayokr6™ it's technically violet which is a mixture of both but more associated with purple
ANtTibayokr6™
ANtTibayokr6™ 6 meses atrás
@KRAKO is dark blue
Le Rat King
Le Rat King Anos atrás
rusty earth
KRAKO
KRAKO 2 anos atrás
6:53 purple ocean am I joke to you?
Adrián Torres
Adrián Torres 3 meses atrás
The history of the Earth is the present and the future🇬🇧/La historia de la Tierra es el pasado y el futuro🇪🇦.
Jorge Enrique Rodriguez Lavayen
Thank you very much for this video. I bless you from the deep in my hearth.
Hola Hola
Hola Hola 2 meses atrás
Its incredible for me the fact that i could see my own country (spain) from 217 millions years ago 10:42
MarcusScience23
MarcusScience23 8 meses atrás
Somewhere else I read that the Earth”s rotation stayed at 21 hours from the Orosirian to the Cryogenian but in the video is shows the day length constantly increasing during that period. Is this a mistake or what?
STICCBOII
STICCBOII 2 anos atrás
Imagine how fresh the air was back then
John Weiss [he\him]
John Weiss [he\him] 2 anos atrás
@Aileen Umal We've actually changed a significant percent of the biomass of land animals. Last I heard, enough animals have gone extinct or lost habitat and died, while the population of our livestock has ballooned. I think 25% it's now livestock. (The CBC program, "Quirks and Quarks," reported on this several months back.)
W i c k e d
W i c k e d 2 anos atrás
Mmmm, sweet nitrogen.- * muffled suffocation *
Thjaffi
Thjaffi 2 anos atrás
@Japan Panda humans may be a problem for themselves, but not for anything else. we absolutely can't destroy earth or earth's life even our CO2-emissions are not a problem. For most of the history of our planet temperatures and CO2 levels are much higher than today. instead of panic ourselves making much lifes worse with dumb and expensive laws against climatic change, we should better prepare us for that, because we can't stop it. yes we should absolutely care about our enviroment and should act sustainably, but some people are overshooting the target...
Claude Speed
Claude Speed 2 anos atrás
One breath of air would have lasted for few days because ir was rich in oxygen
Ailed Arteaga Villagran
Nitrogen formadeder 1:50 Low ochigen 7:52 Antratica asplots 1:30
Condon con tierra
Condon con tierra 5 meses atrás
I miss the old days, when the ocean turned red from oxygen.
211s
211s Mês atrás
Global warming activists complaining that there is too much plastic in water forgot about this
Celestial Cody
Celestial Cody 4 meses atrás
Where we live (Based on Rotation) 0:15 Do we live on Orcus? (Dwarf Planet Candidate) 0:19 Do we live on Haumea? (Dwarf Planet) 1:03 Do we live on Varuna? (Dwarf Planet Candidate) 2:52 Do we live on Jupiter? 3:18 Do we live on Saturn? 6:33 Do we live on Uranus? 8:20 Do we live on Neptune?
Celestial Cody
Celestial Cody 2 meses atrás
Also, here's a Fun Fact: 50 MYA, India's Collision with Asia is what caused the formation of the Himalayas Mountains.
Adriana Istrate
Adriana Istrate 4 meses atrás
16 hours for Neptune
Yung Hotline
Yung Hotline 7 meses atrás
Ein wirklich sehr interessantes Video zu diesem Thema!!
Vtron
Vtron 2 anos atrás
You’re back! We missed you! And your amazing content! Edit: this video is the ultimate manifestation of your amazing research, work, and animation skills! 100/10 👏
DCNFY FC (MOVED)
DCNFY FC (MOVED) 2 anos atrás
Lmao
BLACK HOLE
BLACK HOLE 2 anos atrás
a?
Stinkus
Stinkus 2 anos atrás
Where have you been algol?!
PATTERmovie
PATTERmovie 2 anos atrás
To
Nara Sherko
Nara Sherko 2 anos atrás
Hi
Kenechukwu Okoli
Kenechukwu Okoli 8 meses atrás
If the number of hours per day is not constant throughout the Earth's history, then what do we use measure the timing of all these?
Call me Shaggy
Call me Shaggy 9 meses atrás
Bit of information overload by the end. I was already pausing steadily to read everything, then it became practically just flipping through frames. Still made it to the end though cuz this stuff is fascinating.
bryce hensley
bryce hensley 22 dias atrás
Something i have always been curious about why is the earth a lot more calm now
RandomPerson
RandomPerson 5 meses atrás
props to the cameraman for standing there 4 billion years
Cherry's DIY
Cherry's DIY Anos atrás
This is beautiful. Really makes you think of how old and precious the Earth is.
Younes lwa3er
Younes lwa3er 6 meses atrás
@Ħarpsichord Yes
Ħarpsichord
Ħarpsichord 6 meses atrás
@Younes lwa3er nope
Nenis Guevara Gómez
Nenis Guevara Gómez 6 meses atrás
I always keep coming back to this video when I feel down. It gives kind of meaning to my life.
Younes lwa3er
Younes lwa3er 9 meses atrás
This is the Creation of god
18thShaz
18thShaz 10 meses atrás
@Rule Americana also it’s just 146 iq not AN 146 iq
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