Isaiah Geologic Timeline

Timeline created by BeeBoopBopBanana
  • 4,500 BCE

    Beginning of earth

    Beginning of earth
    Comets were forming earth and earth was molten because of the uranium brought by the meteors.
  • 4,400 BCE

    Earth was cooling

    Earth was cooling
    Zircons brought water to earth cooling the planet down
  • 4,000 BCE

    Water World

    Water World
    Earth has been raining for a very long time filling the earth with 90% water. The water was green not blue like today.
  • 3,400 BCE

    New Land

    New Land
    Granite continent was formed. Strong enough not to erode.
  • 2,500 BCE

    First Life

    First Life
    Stromatolites filled every beach living off of sunlight filling the world with oxygen
  • 1,500 BCE

    Blue seas

    Blue seas
    The oxygen being created rusted the iron in the water making the water blue instead of green
  • 1,000 BCE

    Rodinia

    Rodinia
    The continents came together into one big continent blocking warm water from cycling to the pole.
  • -700 BCE

    Snowball Earth

    Snowball Earth
    The entire earth frozen with ice miles deep and temperatures below -40 celsius. 95% of all species live then died.
  • -550 BCE

    Cambrian Explosion

    Cambrian Explosion
    Complex animals with teeth, eyes, shells,and other things started to emerge.
  • -485 BCE

    Ordovician Period

    Known for its diverse marine life. Gondwana a supercontinent sat on the south pole creating glaciers which lowered sea levels
  • -443 BCE

    Silurian Period

    Silurian Period
    Multicellular life also began to appear on land. Some plants were also up on the surface.
  • -419 BCE

    Devonian Period

    Devonian Period
    The climate was warm and dry. Placoderms were dominant predators during this time.
  • -358 BCE

    Carboniferous Period

    Carboniferous Period
    Tropical swamps all over earth. 40-70 ft tall plants. Coal we use today was made from the decomposing of these swamps
  • -298 BCE

    Permian Period

    Permian Period
    Pangea formed. The land erupted with lava for millions of years killing 95% of life.