What Would The Earth Look Like 1 Billion Years From Now?
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Time is always moving forward, sometimes so fast that we don’t realize it, and this rule applies to both living things, planets and stars, but have you thought about how much the Earth can change in millions of years? What will it look like in 10, 100, 500, or even 1 billion years? The world we know will certainly have changed forever, but how much is known about that distant future? What might a sunrise look like back then? And what future will humanity have?
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0:42 A temporal perspective
2.35 the supercontinent cycle
4:20 the effects of the sun on earth
6:18 the loss of water, oxygen, and life as we know it
8:42 the future of plate tectonics
11:06 possible destinies of the humanity
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