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History of the Earth

Richard I. Gibson
Natural SciencesScience

We've concentrated the history of Planet Earth into one year. Follow the geology podcasts chronologically from the origin of the Earth to the origin of Mankind.


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4.7 out of 5 stars from 133 ratings
  • the presentation of information in this podcast series is wonderful! been listening for months and relistening! i have b.s in geo and am preparing for m.s intellectually by remembering and organizing earth history and sequence stratigraphy notes, this podcast was big earth geocast ive found so far...many thanks to ya in Butte

    Natalie Thomas
    4 years ago
  • History of the earth

    Really do enjoy your show, I put it on one and a half speed as I am a fast listener.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 years ago
  • thank you

    Lila Green
    5 years ago
  • Love it!

    Very surprised that by 2018 there have been no reviews - remiss of me not to have done so before, as I have been listening since the days of daily episodes! Did you know that "Pink Cows Often Sit Down Carefully. Perhaps They Jumped Cars Parked Nearby Permanently". If necessary, you could substitute "All Purple Violet" for "Pink". I understand that Americans subdivide Carboniferous into Mississippian and Pennsylvanian but I do not have a nmemonic for that.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom5 years ago
  • Perfect Podcast for putting life into Perspective

    I first read his book in my 20s. I loved it just for the nerdy science and the sneak peak at the history of the development of life on earth. This podcast is great for putting life into perspective when you realise how many species, despite being around for millions and millions of years, have now vanished. It makes your own short life time (and all the troubles you think you have) seen momentary next to the expense of deep deep time which this podcast opens a window on. It’s also great for goin... more

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia5 years ago

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