According to the standard model, the earth first began to form not long after the formation of the sun, and is estimated to have first begun roughly 4.54 billion years ago.
by weblog2 years ago
Anyone can answer if interested...
by IDONO3 years ago
If the end of the world is inevitable, why not now?Whether it be war, disease, a meteorite, God, or something else we don't know about yet, I think we all believe someday, the Earth will cease to exist. Could be a...
by Emile R3 years ago
I've just been reading about 'out of place' artifacts. Oddities which are dated way, way way outside of the parameters of the currently accepted assumptions on human development on this planet. It appears a lot of these...
by linkup4 years ago
How old is the Earth, and how do we know?
by davidwpa7 years ago
Does the Earth have the same mass today as it did billions of years ago?If mass is constant but changes form, does the Earth with 6 billion people on it now have the...same mass as it did a billion years ago when there...
by qwark2 years ago
Do ya think this is possible?In less that 2 billion years the surface of our earth will boil as the suns fuel diminishes. Could the earth be moved to a greater distance from the sun in an effort to save it?
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