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Geologic Clock with events and periods.svg

Earth's geological clock—Earth's history with time-spans in eons to scale

"For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse."—Rom. 1:20 (Link)

Bible Science (mya: millions years ago)

Day 1

Day 1 likely started before Precambrian, spans all of Hadean and Archean and into Proterozoic.
(13.8 Ba - 2.5 Ba)

Formation of heaven

Formation of Earth

Light isotopes

Photosynthesis development

1024px-CMB Timeline300 no WMAP
Earth formation
UpsilonAndromedae D moons
800px-Photosynthesis

Day 2

Day 2 likely spans all of Proterozoic.
(2.5 Ba - 1.6 mya)

Great Oxygenation Event
Cyanobacteria (248 07) Mixture; native preparation; green filter

Day 3

Day 3 likely started in late Precambrian and ended in late Carboniferous.
(1.6 Ba - 315 mya)

Supercontinent assembly

Seed-bearing plants

Meyers b15 s0272b
960px-Paleoglobe NO 1590 mya-vector-colors.svg
519px-Laurasia-Gondwana.svg
800px-Pangaea continents.svg

Day 4

Day 4 likely started in late Carboniferous and ended in middle Triassic
(315 mya - 237 mya)

Seasons

512px-Axial tilt vs tropical and polar circles.svg

Day 5

Day 5 likely spans most of the Mesozoic era and into the Cenozoic.
(237 mya - 60 mya)

Swarm of marine biodiversity and monsters

Flying creatures

Mystriosuchus
Passer domesticus male (15)

Day 6

Day 6 likely spans most of the Cenozoic era to the present day.
(60 mya - present day)

Age of mammals

Age of man

Sumeriankinglist

Sumerian King List

Auroch and wolves

A painting by Heinrich Harder showing an auroch fighting off a wolf pack