09 February 2007

From the begining... The Big Bang - 35.000 B.C. (01)

13,700,000,000 Billion Years Ago
The Big Bang, creating the universe. Within a billion years, the Milky Way Galaxy forms. (The latest cosmological research.)

4,560,000,000 B.C.
The star to become known as Sol ignites. Sometime in the next 30 million years a Mars-sized body strikes the forming planet Earth, breaking off what becomes Earth's Moon.

4,530,000,000 B.C.
The formation of the Earth is completed when its molten iron core separates from the surrounding mantle.

4,500,000,000 B.C.
A rock is blasted off the surface of Mars by a meteor impact. After floating in space, it eventually enters the atmosphere of Earth, and lands in Siberia. It contains dormant biological organisms capable of entering living bodies.

3,900,000,000 B.C.
The Earth-Moon system is bombarded by huge meteorites and asteroids for a period of 100,000 years. On the Moon, most rocks collected by NASA astronauts show signs of melting in this timeframe, suggesting a major "event" in the Solar System, such as a collision of two planets, or migration of a planet such as Neptune scattering comets and planet-like bodies into the inner system. Rocks of this age do not survive on Earth due to the constant renewal of the surface due to plate tectonics.

3,500,000,000 B.C.
The oldest known microorganisms, known as Archaea, burrow in volcanic rock, actually eating the rock. Some scientists speculate that life was introduced to Earth from space.

Millions of Years Ago, or more
A virus sometimes known as the Black Oil, having the ability to take control of humanoid species, is the "original inhabitant" of the planet Earth, according to the Well Manicured Man. He adds that aliens came, also apparently millions of years ago. Those that didn't leave have been dormant since the last Ice Age, waiting for the Colonists. (Movie ''Fight the Future)

250,000 years ago
A meteor crashes into Icy Point, Alaska, far north of the Arctic Circle. It carries extraterrestrial organisms similar to worms that are native to a cold ammonia environment. The worms have the ability to enter a human body and cause the release of chemicals resulting in aggression. Two of the worms, however, will not reside in the same body without killing each other. (Ice)

35,000 B.C.
Two human hunters follow a line of footprints through the snow and enter an ice cave in what is now northern Texas, during the last ice age. The footprints are three-toed, implying that they are not human. Inside the cave, they find another of their kind, encased in ice. They are attacked by a highly aggressive creature -- an alien. The alien is hard to see, but is based on a reptilian "grey" alien. The first human is killed, but the second kills the alien. Black Oil pours out of the dead alien and enters the body of the human. (Movie ''Fight the Future'')

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