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Evolutionary theory does not necessarily propose an age for the Earth. Although it does suggest that it should have existed for a minimum of a few hundred million years, to allow for the biological diversity that we find today. It is geology that establishes a timeframe for the formation of Earth. Through geological dating methods, it has been established that the Earth is approximately 4.55 billion years old.
Geologists and other related Earth scientists have estimated the age of the Earth to be approximately 4.65 Billion years old based on a wide variety of scientific experiments and data.
It depends on how old you think the Earth is, for Gaia is the personification of the Earth itself. Roughly 4.54 billion years or so.
Young Earth creationists: roughly 6000 years. Old-Earth creationists: would generally say that it's as old as what is believed in Evolutionary theory.See also:Is there evidence for Creation?Can you show that God exists?Seeing God's wisdom
The Earth is about 4.5 billion years old. Life appeared on Earth about 3.5 billion years ago. The Earth would have been about 1 billion years old at that time.
Theory of Evaluation? I don't think that was Darwin's doing.
The book made Darwin think that sense the earth is so old, there would be plenty of time for organisms to change slowly.
James Hutton and Charles Lyell were the two scientists that helped Darwin recognize how old the Earth is.
James Hulton and Charles Lyell.
more than 6,000 years old
Charles Darwin's mother died in 1817, when Charles was 8.
Charles Darwin's mother was of the middle class ( she was of the Wedgwood family ) and financially supported by Darwin's father, Robert. She never worked, to the best of my knowledge, and died when Charles Darwin was just seven years old.
22 years old. XD
4 and a half