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Life History Event Timeline

APES LIFE HISTORY ANALOGY If all of life's history (4.6 billion years) were a football field, then the following events would happen at


 

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
1 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then this event took place within the last inch of the field. 0  (present)
Family lives happily together.

  Brenna's family. My step-dad Alex, my mom Stephanie, and me

Jordan's family. Me, my two little sisters (Valerie,12 years old and Hannah, 9 years old), and my Mom (Tammy) and Dad (Mike).

 Event #  Your Analogy Value Years Ago 
 2  If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at the last .00000091 ft. on the field. 14


Brenna as a baby

Baby Jordan
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA 
 3 If all of geologic time were a football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at .0004 ft. on the field.  .006
Writing is developed in Sumeria 

Writing in Sumeria.
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
 4  If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at .0008 ft.  on the field.  .012
Homo Sapiens have domesticated dogs in Kirkuk, Iraq.

The family tree of domesticated dogs

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
 5 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place in between the last .003-.0008 ft. on the field. .04-.012
Homo Sapiens enter Australia from southeastern Asia and North America from northeastern Asia.

Homo sapiens enter Australlia

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA 
6 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place in between the last .01-.002 ft. on the field. .2-.03
Homo Sapiens neanderthalensis exist.

Neanderthalensis started to exist
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
7 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place in between the last .07-.03 ft. on the field. 1-.5
Homo erectus tames fire.

Homo erectus tames fire
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA 
8 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place in between the last .1-.0007 ft. on the field. 2-.01
Most recent ice age.

The recent ice age
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
9 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place on the last  .2 ft. of the field.  3.5
The Australopithecus Lucy walks the Earth. 

Lucy walks the Earth
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
10 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at .3 ft. on the field. 4
Development of hominid bipedalism.

Hominid bipedalism
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
11 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 3.3 ft. on the field. 50
Primitive monkeys have evolved.

The first monkeys developed
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
12 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 3.9 ft. on the field. 60
Rats, mice, and squirrels have evolved.

Rats, mice, and squirrels developed
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
13 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 5.9 ft. on the field. 90
Modern sharks have evolved.

The first shark developed
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
14 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 9.5 ft. on the field. 145
Archaeopteryx walks the Earth.

Archaeopteryx developed
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA 
15 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 13 ft. on the field. 200
Pangaea starts to break apart.

Pangaea splits apart
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
16 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 14.7 ft. on the field. 225
Modern ferns have evolved.

The first fern developed
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA 
17 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 18.3 ft. on the field. 280
Beetles and weevils have evolved.

Weevils and Beetles developed
 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
18 If all of geological time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place in between 22.8-19.6 ft. on the field. 350-300
Rise of the amphibians.

Rise of the Amphibians.

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
19 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 24.5 ft. on the field. 375
The Appalachian mountains are formed via a plate tectonic collision between North America, Africa, and Europe.

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
20 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 28 ft. on the field. 430
Waxy coated algae begin to live on land.

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
21 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place in between 33.7-33.6 ft. on the field. 517-515
Fossilization of the Burgess Shale.

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
22 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place in between 34.4-34.3 ft. on the field. 528-526
Fossilization of the Chengjiang site.

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
23 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place in between 37.8-35.5 ft. on the field. 580-545
Fossils of Ediacaran organsims are made

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
24 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place in between 97.8-39.1 ft. on the field.  1500-600
Rise of the multicellular organisims

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
25 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 104.3 ft. on the field. 1600
The last reserves of reduced iron are used up by the increasing atmospheric oxygen--last banded iron formations

Event # Your Analogy Value MYA
26 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 156.5 ft. on the field. 2400
Rise in the concentration of oxygen molecules stops the deposition of uraninites (since they are soluble when combined with oxygen) and starts the deposition of banded iron formations

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
27 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place in between 228.3-182.6 ft. on the field. 3500-2800
Beginning of photosynthesis by blue-green algae which releases oxygen molecules into the atmosphere and steadily works to strengthen the ozone layer and change the Earth's chemically reducing atmosphere into ac chemically oxdizing zone

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
28 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 260.9 ft. on the field. 4000
Bombardment of the Earth by planetesimals stops

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
29 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 280.4 ft. on the field. 4300
Melting of the Earth due to radioactive and gravitational heating which leads to its differentiated interior structure as well as outgassing of molecules such as water, methane, ammonia,hydrogen,nitrogen, and carbon dioxide

 Event #  Your Analogy Value MYA
30 If all of geologic time were one football field (300 ft.) then the following event took place at 300 ft. on the field. 4600
Formation of the (approximately) homogeneous solid earth by planetesimal accretion.