Here Is Today

Yellow_SquareHere is today. But how does today relate to the rest of time? By clicking through the various stages, you can see where today lies this month, this year, this century, this millennium, this epoch, this period, this era, and this eon.

It also shows today in relation to the Earth, life, when oxidation first happened, and when fish, insects, reptiles, mammals, birds, and humans first appeared.

It then finishes by showing today at the end of the universe. What a wonderful visualisation of scale. Onwards!

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