A lot have things have happened since the beginning of time. Too many to really understand. That's why, we can just compress all the history of the Earth in 24 hours to understand it easier.
To begin with, it starts early in the morning, around 4 AM. Small organisms with only one cell are formed. It's funny to think that these eventually developed into modern-day humans.
Then, at 1 PM, these cells start to join, and create more organisms with internal organs. At 6:30, these multi-cell things start to develop.
Now, at nearly 8:30, sea plants start to appear. At ten to 9, (8:50) we start to see a few known sea creatures come to existence. Jellyfish, krill, and other sea creatures appear, creating diversity on Earth.
More than an hour later,plants start to grow on land. Twenty five minutes later, we start to see forests and winged insects on Earth. A few reptiles appear,and even dinosaurs, but come 11:45 and all these dinosaurs are wiped out.
That's when we see the first signs of mammals. Apes evolve from the monkeys, and form highly diverse ecosystems. At 11:48, with only a couple of minutes till the end of the day, humans emerge, and all human history, from the Ancient Egyptians to the Romans to the World Wars takes only few seconds.
And that's the history of Earth in a day.
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