The Value of Biosphere Earth, pt. 1: The Life Timeline

Microbial Earth, “The Pale Orange Dot” (NASA, 2017) and modern Earth, “The Blue Marble” (NASA, 2000).
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Biosphere Earth began forming more than 4 billion years ago.
Modern human beings first appeared about 300 thousand years ago.

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