Historia terrae explicationem terrae planetae ab eius conformatione ad praesens modo historico tractat.[2] Paene omnes scientiae naturalis provinciae intellectui principalium eventuum praeteriti terrae temporis favent, cuius proprietates sunt continua mutatio geologica atque evolutio biologica.

Historia terrae cum spatiis temporis aevorum geologicorum adumbratis.
Trilobita primum per Cambrium orta sunt.
Dinosauria fuerunt vertebrata terrestria per multum aevi Mesozoici.
Historia humana per data fossilium refecta.[1]

Notae recensere

  1. Reed, David L.; Smith, Vincent S.; Hammond, Shaless L.; Rogers, Alan R. et al (2004). "Genetic Analysis of Lice Supports Direct Contact between Modern and Archaic Humans". PLOS Biology 2 (11): e340 .
  2. Stalney 2005.

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