The Whole History of the Earth and Life 【Finished Edition】 

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Revised edition : nosections.info/green/tKCVhX-hd6N_ubo/video.html
This is a documentary which portrays the birth of the solar system, the birth of the Earth, and the emergence and evolution of life on Earth depicted through latest research activities.
Executive producer: prof. Shigenori Maruyama. Supported by Hadean Bioscience Project.
1. The Origin of the Earth. 00:00
 4.567 billion years ago : The formation of the Solar System.
 4.56 billion years:ago : The formation of the Earth.
 4.55 billion years ago : Giant impact.
2. Initiation of Plate Tectonics. 02:53
 4.37-4.20 billion years ago : The formation of the atmosphere and ocean.
 4.37-4.20 billion years ago : The initiation plate tectonics.
3. Birth of Proto-life. 06:57
 4.10(4.20?) billion years ago : The birth of first proto-life.
4. The Initial Stage of Life. 10:53
 4.37-4.20 billion years ago : The loss of the primordial continent and the generation of a strong geomagnetic field.
 4.20 billion years ago : The emergence of sun-powered life.
 4.10 billion tears ago : Mass extinction.
5. Second Stage of Evolution of Life. 16:36
 2.90 billion years ago : The emergence of photosynthetic life.
 2.70 billion years ago : Mantle overturn.
6. Third Stage of the Evolution of Life. 20:35
 2.30 billion years ago : Mass extinction by snowball Earth.
 2.10 billion years ago : From prokaryotes to eukaryotes.
7: The Dawn of the Cambrian Explosion. 25:07
 1.90-0.80 billion tears ago : The Formation of a Supercontinent.
 700-600 million years ago : The Sturtian Glaciation
 700-600 million years ago : The Leaking Earth.
8: The Cambrian Explosion. 30:57
 640 million years ago : The Origin of Multicellular Life. The Marinoan Glaciation.
 580 million years ago : Appearance of Ediacaran Fauna. The Gaskiers Glaciation.
 550 million years ago : Evolution Responds to Environmental Changes
 540 million years ago : The First Cambrian Organisms
9: The Paleozoic Era. 37:06
 600 million years ago : Expanding Habitats.
 540 million years ago : The Co-evolution of Planets and Insects
 550-540 million years ago : The Evolution of Vertebrates
 260-250 million years ago : The Largest Mass extinction of the Phanerozoic Eon. Collision with a Dark nebula
10: From the Mesozoic to the birth of human beings. 43:23
 Dispersion and amalgamation of continents, and the evolution of life.
 The birth of primates.
11: The Humanozoic eon : the appearance of human beings and civilization. 50:26
 Evolution into primates.
 The birth of human beings, the fourth animal category : the Humanozoic eon.
 10000 years ago : The Agricultural Revolution.
 5000 years ago : The Urban Revolution.
 2400 years ago : The Religious Revolution.
 300 years ago : The Industrial Revolution.
 The Information Revolution.
12: Future of the Earth. 57:54
 Challenges for Human society.
 Future of Human society.
 Future of the Earth.
 200 million years later : Formation of the supercontinent.
 400 million years later : Extinction of the C4 plants.
 1 billion years later : Cessation of plate tectonics.
 1.5 billion years later : Disappearance of the ocean.
 4.5 billion years later : Collision between the Milky Way Galaxy and the Andromeda Galaxy.
 8 billion years later : Annihilation of the Earth.
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Kaoru GreenEmerald
Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? To unravel this basic question, it is necessary to see things from an interdisciplinary perspective, which transcends the boundaries between each scientific discipline such as astronomy, planetary science, geology, biology, physics, chemistry, etc. We will answer this ever-important question through developing innovations with a new point of view which is delivered through decades-worth of interdisciplinary research. Related papers. ●Origin of the Earth: A proposal of new model called ABEL www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S167498711630144X?via%3Dihub ●Nuclear geyser model of the origin of life: Driving force to promote the synthesis of building blocks of life www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1674987116301360?via%3Dihub ●Nine requirements for the origin of Earth's life: Not at the hydrothermal vent, but in a nuclear geyser system www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1674987118302123?via%3Dihub ●Origins of building blocks of life www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1674987117301305?via%3Dihub ●Hadean Earth and primordial continents: The cradle of prebiotic life www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1674987116300834?via%3Dihub ●Habitable Trinity www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1674987114000267 ●End-cretaceous cooling and mass extinction driven by a dark cloud encounter www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1342937X16000253 ●n-situ preservation of nitrogen-bearing organics in Noachian Martian carbonates www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-15931-4 ●Modification of the composition and density of Mercury from late accretion www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0019103520304139?via%3Dihub#s0010 ●Prebiotic oligomerization and self-assembly of structurally diverse xenobiological monomers www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-74223-5 ●The origin of life: The conditions that sparked life on Earth researchoutreach.org/articles/origin-life-conditions-sparked-life-earth/ ●Prof. Shigenori Maruyama : About the origin of life Q & A (Japanese & English) nosections.info/green/u495lqxqpa-CtNw/video.html ●Prof. Toshikazu Ebisuzaki, Prof. Shigenori Maruyama : 大地溝帯でなぜ新種がうまれるのか? (Japanese) www.jahou.net/ebisuzaki/data/upfile/10-1.pdf ●Prof. Toshikazu Ebisuzaki : 宇宙環境と生命大進化 ver4.1(Japanese) www.jahou.net/ebisuzaki/data/upfile/6-1.pdf ●Prof. Toshikazu Ebisuzaki : 真核生物はストロマトライト微生物マットで進化した(Japanese) www.jahou.net/ebisuzaki/data/upfile/15-2.pdf ●Prof. Shigenori Maruyama, Prof. Toshikazu Ebisuzaki, Prof. Ken Kurokawa : Review of the Nine Requirements for the Birthplace of Life and the Nuclear Geyser Model(Japanese) www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jgeography/128/4/128_128.513/_pdf/-char/en
Dr. Amy Soukup
Dr. Amy Soukup Time siden
Yes. Me too. Learning here is intense, and fascinating.
Pablo Josué Vargas Zegarra
¿Podrías subir el vídeo con subtítulos en español?
Nayan Srinivasan
Nayan Srinivasan 14 timer siden
Shoutout to the camera man
Samuel Kamau
Samuel Kamau 17 timer siden
An interesting narration. Wait! This reminds me. I am so insignificant
32.Soumik Adak
32.Soumik Adak 22 timer siden
very good content
Randy Woodworth
Randy Woodworth 2 dager siden
Not sure if I agree with your theory regarding our future, but you didn't talk down to me or treat me like I was in the first grade, so I'll let it pass. I'm not sure what the subtitles were for, since the narrator speaks perfectly good english, but overall this was well produced, insightful, and understandable. Well played!
Randy Woodworth
Randy Woodworth Dag siden
@Kynan Daniel Clarke touche
Kynan Daniel Clarke
Subtitles could be for the hard of hearing or deaf?
juap! 3 dager siden
The end of the world makes me so sad and then I think that we are genetic configured to became sad with those events because its in our genes to preserve life, its our goal... We are not going to put the extinction so easy
Karelia Chirag
Karelia Chirag 3 dager siden
Superb theory, fantastic animation. Finally I got to know that we are on very small pinch of timeframe here, so enjoy life as never before.
D C 3 dager siden
This was Brilliant.
Charlie T
Charlie T 3 dager siden
very great video. i’ve always wondered that since there’s supposedly thousands of other galaxies, if there’s another planet just like earth and if there’s life and civilization and how advanced they are. that would be so cool to figure out one day.
Charlie T
Charlie T 3 dager siden
so basically we’re living in earths prime right now😂
Jefpoy Nuyda
Jefpoy Nuyda 3 dager siden
Ismael Osman
Ismael Osman 3 dager siden
And it all happened accidentally.
KereSerene 3 dager siden
There’s something incredibly sad about watching earth finally being taken by the sun, good bye Mother 🥲
Ruderaksha Karwa
Ruderaksha Karwa 2 dager siden
Bob Burn
Bob Burn 3 dager siden
I wonder iff this actually was the beginning of life ? It’s definitely interesting.
Lf Who
Lf Who 4 dager siden
Cool video thanks you for making it
Bruno Fraichard
Bruno Fraichard 4 dager siden
Traduire en français svp
Dre Smoove
Dre Smoove 4 dager siden
Thank u so much so well beautifuly told and briefly explained .... wow amazing how life is its so beautiful even the ending the bad is all in our mind god bless
Sparky's Space
Sparky's Space 4 dager siden
Universe: I'm going to end life's career. Earth: Snowball mode activated! Watching it happen over and over made it seem like Earth was doing it's best when that sheild came down.
Allen Love
Allen Love 4 dager siden
Wanna know what else started with the Industrial Revolution? Polution of the atmosphere specifically the O-zone layer which is vital in protecting us from the suns radiated particles. YES BECAUSE OF HUMANS very use of tHAT COAL
Crusader Fluent
Crusader Fluent 4 dager siden
Thanks, learned more about Earth than countless years at school
Carol Ann Miles Hughes
Wow! 😊
Spencer Niemann
Spencer Niemann 4 dager siden
One of the best things I've ever watched. Truly an amazing documentary with wonderful visual effects and straight-to-the-point information.
ThaVillian 5 dager siden
Mother nature is gonna be fine ❤ 🌍 we just need to start taking are of our selves and earth!
Zack Of All Trades
Zack Of All Trades 5 dager siden
Learning about the universe really puts my humanity into perspective and it makes the fear of death not so overwhelming. Life is short so chase ya dreams and be good to people 🖤
Venus Tay
Venus Tay 5 dager siden
i think about how everything got here everyday . how everything was made up to what it’s supposed to be. the Universe won’t ever stop feeding me, nurturing me , embodying me , and amazing me.
Pa Modou Korita
Pa Modou Korita 6 dager siden
I realized lots of things happening especially 3billion of world population becoming refugees in 2020 and the world will be depopulated I just look at this corona virus pandemic 😢 Oh what a life 😢
Luca Bullentini
Luca Bullentini 7 dager siden
It was so good until it reached the "UNIFIED NATION" part. no wonder this video claims we are going to yet another armagedon caused by us.
officialtoadchild 7 dager siden
I- I guess they are right.. 'As a result, serious food shortages will occur around 2020. These will mark the beginning of the era of b3 billion refugees.' Well, we've already lost..What-? Its ranging from 2 MILLION PEOPLE to 4 MILLION PEOPLE dying from coronavirus so far. Confirmed cases are around 140,000,000. So now, people are stocking up on food and hoarding it like they don't know nobody.
Ethan Moe
Ethan Moe 7 dager siden
wow we where the first life ever in existence??? wow
TheEpicGamer 5 dager siden
no one knows that for sure
Francine Bañez
Francine Bañez 7 dager siden
Thats why we need to protect our mother nature
Francine Bañez
Francine Bañez 7 dager siden
AntsCanada 8 dager siden
The Earth truly boggles ny mind. It truly is an immensely complex system that tends to greater and greater complexity over time. I'm truly amazed! *EDIT: OK THAT LAST SEGMENT JUST BLEW MY MIND!!!* What if Earthen life was a synthetic life form from a distant extinct world ALL ALONG?!!!!
DraphoTube 6 dager siden
I discovered you now already on two videos I was watching :O Its indeed so true that the Earth is AMAZING! I would almost say its literally alive. Working like a giant ant-colony ;) so to speak. With everything working for the the health of the Earth even tho not always realizing it does that. Would be so cool if they just showed this in class!!!!
Thomas Gaines
Thomas Gaines 6 dager siden
Cool your my favorite NOsectionsr
Jay Smith
Jay Smith 8 dager siden
Life looks so peaceful and beautiful before we came along ☝
Mr. Jonathan. L. Young
Wonderful! No Ads to interrupt E/I food for the curious mind(s)!
Gissel Amador
Gissel Amador 8 dager siden
Yo creo que así fue en realidad como se formó la tierra pero también creo en la Biblia entonces este video es más creíble
Conor Woods
Conor Woods 8 dager siden
This documentary ruined other documentaries for me it’s by far the best thing I’ve ever seen I’ve been watching this once a week for a full year now
Mazin Salim
Mazin Salim 8 dager siden
Thank you for clear and simple video ❤️
Chris 432T
Chris 432T 9 dager siden
Fantastic! Thank you!
Amicom TV
Amicom TV 9 dager siden
Awesome presentation! Just to shout out here that, I, once, existed on this ever evolving universe!
Jaylyn 9 dager siden
I wish I understood some of the wording he uses. He said words I've never heard in my life and I'm by no means stupid.
VCRAGE 8 dager siden
Google is excellent for learning. Just pause and expand your vocab friend. It's worth the effort. Enjoy the vid :)
eduardo hernandez
eduardo hernandez 9 dager siden
Makes you realize what we thought was important it is really not! so grateful to be part of the mother Earth! Lets make a difference today people!
Cliff Childers
Cliff Childers 10 dager siden
I have heard some tallllllllll tales I n my day..... But this one is REALLY a Doozie!!!!
xiujeyp naomi
xiujeyp naomi 10 dager siden
excellent explanation...No argument at all..It seems legit and in scientific basis.For now I did realize that we are just part of an element..we are gratefilul having this magnificent evolution of brain.
Meh Meh
Meh Meh 10 dager siden
....than humans will evolve into WHAT ....destroy the environment and become extinct ? .....can be foreseen now with destruction rate we force on our world getting worst everyday . The dinos last over one hundred fifty million years and our existence may last no longer than the tip of their claws ,thanks to the our irresponsible pig-big brains and greed 🖕🖕🖕
Ahmed I want to know don't want to believe
Great video and explanation too
Wu Wei
Wu Wei 11 dager siden
So the basic human function is to dig up the carbon so the plants won't die of carbon dioxide depravation. Nature is so .... smart. Curious thing about humans though is this decreasing virility. Population declines after 2050. And will never recover. Nice to see how all these processes on different levels interact. It's such a beautiful story.
Weird Rando
Weird Rando 12 dager siden
Very cool documentary I enjoyed it alot, there was a guy on a Vsauce video that sent the link to someone in the comment section and that's how I found it.
Nick Kvalevog
Nick Kvalevog 12 dager siden
Everytime I think wow this is going well, *mass extinction* like how is all this possible
Tom Thompson
Tom Thompson 12 dager siden
Lukas Creeper
Lukas Creeper 13 dager siden
This is so great!
chi yung lam
chi yung lam 13 dager siden
P. Quill
P. Quill 13 dager siden
40:30 at first I was like: so this is the fucker that resulted into me having to pay taxes and go to work every morning 41:55 but then I was like: NOOO HOW DARE YOU KILL HIM, HE WAS LIKE A BROTHER TO ME
Leo Sinani
Leo Sinani 13 dager siden
The earth is going to disappear from the universe 😩
Pauline Prowel
Pauline Prowel 13 dager siden
I like this story :0
Bobby Chang
Bobby Chang 13 dager siden
This is why to find another earth with intelligent life is nearly impossible. But sometimes we assume that we control the world forgetting the universe actually controls us. May peace prevail.
Michael Reinwald
Michael Reinwald 13 dager siden
The best animation I've ever seen.
slapz glow
slapz glow 13 dager siden
even in quintillion years nature can not and will not able create all the matters and species around us how much more humans..
Matt Gould
Matt Gould 14 dager siden
Life itself has no "strategy", not in the collective sense, it develops naturally guided only by the facts about reality.
Shaurya Shouli
Shaurya Shouli 14 dager siden
This documentary is way way way better than the National Geographic one. This should be more famous!
Israel Villa
Israel Villa 14 dager siden
I loved this video. It made me conscious about my humanity. It also made me realize how stupid we look by discriminating and mistreating each other. We are all the same. We are the sons and daughters from the same mother... This realization is the power of education. We can’t forget who we are and where we come from.
Arthur Herring
Arthur Herring 15 dager siden
Thank you! This presentation gave me much info to begin a deeper understanding of evolutionary processes. Well done!
Paul skip Markle
Paul skip Markle 15 dager siden
I love the way this video was put together it puts a lot of things into perspective true left a lot of things out though like where we're going to go from here how life is going to end besides the Sun engulfing the Earth what's going to happen to humanity are we going to die off as a species from either an asteroid are we going to kill each other off as in war origin unknown virus going to kill us that has yet to be written I will never know until what happens it's been one hell of a ride I'm happy to be here with everyone else see you on the other side or is there an alien species going to take over the Earth and kill us or use us food or turn us into slaves it never mentioned that or are we the aliens I like what the Grateful Dead had to say" what a long strange trip it's been"
Tom Vempala
Tom Vempala 15 dager siden
Seeing this, I understand how complex and improbable it is for a life to form. We were just lucky that all of these chain of events happened, some species survived some mass extinction. How improbable would it be for some group of atoms to form into oragnic compounds and then they group and replicate on their own. That's why I feel there's no life out there. But fuck, the universe is infinite and improbability doesn't matter. No I'm not making any points here. Just leaving my thought
its joyce
its joyce 15 dager siden
what if theres another life in other planets after earth disappears and then we humans vanished and no one knows our existence 👀
You Mad?
You Mad? 12 dager siden
@Zead Elfawal if life exist, I think it’d say the same bout us lol
Zead Elfawal
Zead Elfawal 13 dager siden
well, there will be no one around to care so i guess it wont matter.
Camoracana TW
Camoracana TW 15 dager siden
Earth is not ours, we are hers, her children, and look at what we've done.
Francis Tam
Francis Tam 13 dager siden
That's the thing with kids, we have taken things for granted, and for far too long.
Anastasia Saatre
Anastasia Saatre 15 dager siden
That was the best hour in my life ❤ Such a masterpiece 🌎 ❤
Cassandra Bunk
Cassandra Bunk 15 dager siden
so coollllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!
Rifqi Al Fariz
Rifqi Al Fariz 16 dager siden
This is masterpiece.
Brian Gibson
Brian Gibson 16 dager siden
Wonderful,loved every minute of this video. Thank you.
REICapital 16 dager siden
Best I have seen, great job, thanks for sharing.
Immanual Henock
Immanual Henock 16 dager siden
the best
Renaldy Lasian
Renaldy Lasian 16 dager siden
Nice science is good
Omar Barrios
Omar Barrios 16 dager siden
Our earth is literally our mother, mother earth 🌎 ❤
Jacob Desharnais
Jacob Desharnais 16 dager siden
I love space. I really do. Its so beautiful and amazing, I wish I could be alive to see humans finally exploring the stars. But Earth? Earth is beautiful. A beautiful life that happened by chance. What an amazing world.
Michael 16 dager siden
I got like low-key emotional watching like the end of that. Not in a bad way though. Weird.... anybody else get that?
The Professor
The Professor 16 dager siden
I got it, we all going to die! All that money spend studying! All I needed was one hour
Ammar Muratović
Ammar Muratović 16 dager siden
Eventually earth end up like in the beggining. Imagine another star replace sun and everything happens again. Those people start developing just like we did and then they see aliens, but those are not aliens, those are us who developed bilions ages ago and went in space trying to find a habitable planet. And then you be like: wait, we alredy experinced this but last time we were in their places. And then you realise that everything repeats. Im so gratefull to be alive in this fascinating world.❤️❤️❤️This is an incredible video❤️❤️❤️
d33psz 16 dager siden
best spended 1h in my entire life :)
Jordan Gray
Jordan Gray 17 dager siden
“Global warming causing rising sea levels... seawater absorbing into mantel.”
christos stavropoulos
christos stavropoulos 17 dager siden
This is the best video I have ever seen
Hans Crou
Hans Crou 17 dager siden
finally a good space/earth documentary without the way overly dramatic narration and music
Cutie Pie
Cutie Pie 18 dager siden
damn....this is super informative ...thanks or upload
Honest Cathy
Honest Cathy 18 dager siden
The earth is so amazing, it's been through a lot and yet we still continue to hurt it and endanger life for future generations
Tzar Kizitski
Tzar Kizitski 18 dager siden
Brilliantly done!!!
Rick Scicluna
Rick Scicluna 18 dager siden
Wow this was amazing!!!
Mlamuli Ngobese
Mlamuli Ngobese 18 dager siden
What an emotional and educational information. 👌👌
Cleng 18 dager siden
One thing I learned here that no matter what life difficulties are thrown at you or difficult situation you are in, you are destined to be resilient to come out stronger, diverse and ready for another one to overcome with. We are a continously evolving species strive for greatness.
Sanjay Prajapat
Sanjay Prajapat 19 dager siden
Thank you for this vast knowledge
Lijoe Joey
Lijoe Joey 19 dager siden
One of the best documentary.
MARCUS MOSTMANS 19 dager siden
Unbelievable good
Jessica Strudwick
Jessica Strudwick 19 dager siden
this is pretty cool
Karthi Rani
Karthi Rani 19 dager siden
Thanks so much for the team making such an video...Really awesome
Nicholas Mills
Nicholas Mills 19 dager siden
The dynamics of the earth are amazing. It’s still ongoing. It hasn’t stopped.
The Ange Tv Show
The Ange Tv Show 19 dager siden
What an amazing video, sad that were gone in 8 billion years !
Invaredd 17 dager siden
do you realise how long that is? by then we would have the technology to terraform 50 planets
Siva Siva
Siva Siva 18 dager siden
I am not so sad.. I will be gone in less than 50 years..
Daniel Jones
Daniel Jones 19 dager siden
This is fantastic......thank you 🙏🏻
Mortis Operandi
Mortis Operandi 19 dager siden
Wow I've just lived 4,567 billion years in 66 minutes
thatguyroz 19 dager siden
I'm here for the background music 🎶😎👍
Cloud 19 dager siden
Interesting how the earth came to be by "accident or just coincidence"
Srishanth Sri
Srishanth Sri 20 dager siden
WONDERED?!!!!!! Me too. But, I'm scared of FUTURE EARTH.