Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Biology
What happened 1 billion years ago?
earth wasnt around 1billion years ago. only God ^whoever wrote that obviously didnt research. the earth is 4.6 billion years old. 1 billion years ago: - multicellular life was formed - the supercontinent Rodiania was formed 1.3 billion years ago the first plants grew 1.6 billion years ago the first blue/green algae was grown thats all (: ...
Asked in The Moon
How long ago was the earth and moon created?
The earth was created about 4.54 billion years ago. Depending on who's theory you wish to follow the moon was either then created about 30 million years after the earth (4.53 billion years ago), or at an later date (4.48 billion years ago). ...
Asked in Volcanoes, Geology
How volcanic eruption shaped the earth 5 billion years ago?
At 5 billion years ago, the Earth had yet to coalesce into a planet. At 4.5 billion years ago, it had, but was a ball of molten material without land or sea. ...
Asked in The Moon
How did they know the distance the moon was from earth 1 billion years ago?
One billion years ago there were no humans on earth, so 'they' didn't know the distance from the moon to the earth. ...
Asked in Pangaea Supercontinent
What is the name of the supercontinent that existed over 5 billion years ago?
There was no supercontinent back then. Earth is about 4.6 billion years old. It did not exist 5 billion years ago. ...
Asked in Meteorology and Weather, Chemistry, Clouds
About how many years ago do scientists suggest that earth cooled enough for water vapor to condense?
THEY THINK about 3.9 billion years ago (: 4.4 billion years ago(:
Asked in Geology
Were rocks that are 3.5 billion years present when earth was first formed?
No, rocks that are 3.5 billion years were not present when earth was first formed. Earth formed about 4.6 billion years ago. ...
Asked in Animal Life
What kinds of animals were living 5 billion years ago?
None. Earth formed about 4.6 billion years ago and developed life about 4 billion years ago. The first animals emerged around 700 million years ago. ...
Asked in Dinosaurs
Were dinosaurs alive 75 billion years ago?
No. As far as we know, nothing existed 75 billion years ago. The universe is about 13.7 billion years old and Earth about 4.55 billion. Dinosaurs appeared about 230 million years ago and died out 65.5 million years ago. So dinosaurs were around 75 million years ago, not 75 billion. ...