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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Big Era One: Need to Know Big Era One: Need to Know Big Bang Sun Formed Earth Formed Moon Formed Australopithecus Neanderthal Homo Sapiens The creation of Stars- Expansion of the universe- First life on earth- Earth and the solar system- New chemical elements- The 5th extinction- Hominids- There is a theory holding that the universe isexpanding, based on the interpretation of the color shift in the spectra of all the galaxies as being the result of the Doppler effect and indicating that all galaxies are moving away from one another. We know more about our earth and our solar system than we have in the last 20 years because the technology we have nowis a lot better. The sun is called a Second Generation Starbecause it was made from the wreckage of old dead stars. Ithas taken 10-100 million years for the Solar System to get where it is now. The Earth was made up of volcanoes and rock. The volcanoes spewed lava, rocks, and gases like water vapor.Eventually, there was to much water in the atmosphere (whichformed not long after the Earth) and it started to rain, cooling off the planet, and making it possible to make life. Life on earth started around 3.5 BYA when single-celled organisms in the new water.Life is reproducing, needing something to live, and adapting to the earth. Single celled organisms dominated earth for vast majority of its existence. Mammals overlapped with the dinosaurs mammals were verysmall, only a few were larger thanmice they hunted at night when meat eating dinosaurs were been since the mesozoic era During miocene epoch from 23 to 5 million years ago some hominids inhabited the jungles of africa and asia7 MYA in africa a branch of those primates became the first to small animals and sometimes scavenged brains as small as modern day chimps homo erectusfirst to control fire and later left for africa and java No art, religion, or language An extinction event is a widespread and rapid decrease in theamount of life on Earth.Such an event is identified by a sharp change in the diversity and abundance of macroscopic life. The Big Bang theory was a very important event in history and before it, there wasnothing at all. After everything was settlingdown and cooling off, stars and galaxies were formed. Mammals- After the Big Bang happened, the first two elements were created, which were Hydrogen and Helium.
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