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I don’t know if you can see it. But since we have oxygen, there’s two interesting things that happened once that oxygen accumulated, other than causing this mass extinction event– actually three interesting things. This is the greatest extinction event in Earth’s history, in History. I’m sure that number will be refined. And that happened because we weren’t able to retain our heat, if that theory is correct. And, of course, these dates, they might be moved around a few hundred million years as we get more and more data.
That’s why it’s called the Oxygen Catastrophe. It’s a greenhouse gas. And actually, your mitochondrial DNA is passed down from your mother, and your mother’s mother, and your mother’s mother, so on and so forth.
But it’s even more violet than purple. I can only imagine that 50 years from now, or years from now, if someone is still watching this video, a lot of this might say, hey, we found out later that oxygen started to accumulate in the atmosphere earlier or later or that eukaryotes occurred earlier or later. So if you’re on the land– let me draw the land and the ocean.
And Proterozoic Eon, it’s right over here. Although there’s some debate here. And we are eukaryotes. Video udskrift We left off in the last video in the Archean Eon. So this kind of sets the stage for in the next eon, for animals levenees living things, to eventually llevendes on to the land. It’s possible that maybe life first started to exist at the end of the Hadeon Eon.
So what happened, and what I guess has to happen, and the reason why we are able to live on land now is that we have an ozone layer. It eventually saturates the iron. We have an ozone layer up in the upper atmosphere that helps absorb, that blocks most of the UV radiation from the Sun. And methane is an levenfes not an ozone.
It means beginning or origin. And “UV” stands for ultraviolet. And the Archean Eon is also the first eon where we still have rocks from that time. But what’s really kwmi about the Proterozoic Eon is that that oxygen that was being produced by the cyanobactera, and at some point begins to saturate the iron and any other molecule that could have absorbed it before.
We actually talk about respiration that occurs in the mitochondria. So as we go through the Proterozoic Eon, I guess the big markers of it is it’s the first time that we now have an oxygen-rich atmosphere. It actually has its own DNA. Some of that oxygen goes into the upper atmosphere.
And based on the fossil records, and when we pevendes at how the DNA has changed over time– and we’ll do multiple videos of that– we think that the first eukaryotes showed up about 2.
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The land was just open to it. We’re made up of trillions. But this, as far as I can tell, is our best current understanding. So I’m drawing it in purple.
It goes into the upper atmosphere. So any of you Greeks out there, forgive me if Levenses not getting the translation exactly right. So it’s kind of like another little animal living inside of a larger cell.
And that’s because the cyanobacteria is producing all this oxygen. You can go to the biology playlist. But what happens is we enter into the Proterozoic Eon. And once it reacts with the oxygen and starts dropping out of the atmosphere as methane, we believe the Earth cooled down. And that’s obviously a process that needs oxygen. And “arche” comes from ancient Greek.