Big bang - 1 to 1,000,000 years

  • Jan 1, 1000

    Big bang

    10-43 seconds after big bang: The big bang occures, throwing superhot plasma throughout the solar system.
  • Jan 1, 1000

    Planch Epoch

    In the first seconds of the big bang, the intence heat causes the four fundemental forces, elecromagnitism, gravitation, week nuclear interaction and strong nuclear interaction break down, causeing the very laws of this universe to temprarly break down.
  • Jan 1, 1000


    Durring the photon epoch, the tempeture of the universe falls to the point where the atomic nuclei can begin to form. Protons and neutrons begin to perduce a fission reaction.
  • Jan 2, 1000

    The universe takes shape

    10 -6 seconds after big bang:
    After the initial explosion, in less then one millionth of a second, the universe continues to expand, but slows. The universe begins to cool, createing elements.
  • Jan 5, 1000

    Formation of basic elements

    Protons and nutrons emergeing from the cooling plasma form, createing meny basic elements.
  • Jan 10, 1000

    The radiation era

    10,000 years after big bang:
    The first magor era in the universe emerges as radiation. This energy is the result of the fireball of superhot plasma expanding.
  • Jan 24, 1000

    The birth of stars and galaxies

    300 million years after big bang:
    As gravity begins to take hold of matter and bind it into larger clumps, the existance of small packets of gass and matter begin to form. The pockets ignite, forming small suns. Planets form among these matter pockets. Galexys form and begin to capture planets.
  • Feb 20, 1000

    The begining of the era of matter.

    300,000 years after big bang:
    Before this moment, the amount of energy in matter and radiation are equal, but as the expantion of the universe continues, light grows thinner, and matter remains unchanged. Neutrial atoms are formed as electrons pair with hydrogen and helium nuclei. The microwave background was formed at this moment.
  • Birth of our sun

    5 billion years before present:
    Within a cloud of intersteller gass and debris, the sun forms. The debris begins to get pulled into its gravity feald, and forms planets.
  • Earliest life

    3.8 billion years before present:
    As the earth cools from its molten state, an atmosphere develops. Small, single celled life begins to emerge from the primoridal goo and flursh in earths meny volcanic enviroments.
  • Primitive animals appear

    700 million years before present:
    Mostly flatworms, jelly fish and algae, small animals appear.
  • hard shelled animals appear

    570 million years before present:
    The first hard shelled animals appear on the planet earth, evolved from their non-shelled ansestors.
  • First mammals appear

    200 Million years before present:
    The first animals, reptiles, appear on planet earth. They have mammalian traits, sutch as a segmented jaw and a series of bones makeing up their ear.
  • Dionsaurs bit the dust

    A exceptionaly large astroid slams into the northern part of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. This rock triggers a golbal appocalypse, leading to the total extention of all dinosaurs on planet earth and most other animals.
  • Homo Sapiens volve

    600,000 years before present:
    Our earlyest ansestors, homo sapines, rise up and begin to evolve.
  • Supernova!

    170,000 years before present:
    The star 1987A in a dwarf galexy explodes, showering the earth in cosmic radiation, prompting cell mutation. This is possably what caused us humans to evolve into what we are now.