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And the other big thing is now this is where the ozone forms. So if you’re on the land– let me draw the land and the ocean.
Organisk Kemi by Nynne Andreasson on Prezi
And maybe we’ll look at the geological record, or the fossil record, and we’ll move these things around in the future. Video udskrift We left off in the last video in the Archean Eon. This is the greatest extinction event in Earth’s history, in History. So this oxygen production, it’s crucial, one, to having an ozone layer so that eventually life can exist on the land.
We’re made up of trillions. And the Llevendes Eon is also the first eon where we still have rocks from that time. I’ll rewrite it, Proterozoic. 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.
And “UV” stands for ultraviolet. It means beginning or origin. It actually really reacts with the UV light to turn into ozone, which then can help actually block the UV light. And it’s not as oxygen levndes as our current atmosphere.
And we said in the last video that they were producing oxygen, but most of that oxygen was being absorbed by leevndes in the oceans.
You can go to the biology playlist. So it’s kind of like another little animal living inside of a larger cell. The human body, we’re not just one eukaryotic cell.
It’s possible that maybe life first started to exist at the end of the Hadeon Eon. And that’s obviously a process that needs oxygen. We’re now in the Proterozoic Eon that starts up about 2.
And methane is an ozone– not an ozone. And it’s also crucial because eukaryotic organisms need that oxygen.
So we are able to find rocks that we can date to be roughly 3. But give or take a few hundred millions of years, one prokaryote got engulfed by another prokaryote, and said, hey, we do pretty well living together.
And this is right here. It helps retain heat in the atmosphere. So here is the ocean and then here is the land. We have an ozone layer up in the upper atmosphere that helps absorb, that blocks most of the UV radiation from the Sun. It’s a greenhouse gas. I don’t know if you can see it.
Now, the third thing that happened, and this is also pretty significant event, we believe that that oxygen that started to accumulate in the atmosphere, reacted with methane in the atmosphere. And once it saturates, it starts to get released into the atmosphere. So that’s what they talk about right here on this diagram, the first snowball Earth. Eukaryotic organisms, remember, these are organisms that have nuclear membranes around their DNA.
Two of them are crucial to us eventually showing up on this planet. The land was just open to it. Most eukaryotes have other organelles, like mitochondria. So any of you Greeks out there, forgive me if I’m not getting the translation exactly right.
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. So these are our ancestors that had to come into being at that time.
It goes into dft upper atmosphere. And once again, all of this is happening inside of the oceans. And, of course, these dates, they might be moved around a few hundred million years as we get more and more data.
And so the whole– as the theory goes– the whole Earth essentially just iced over. And so the only life at this point could occur in the ocean, where it was protected to some degree from the ultraviolet radiation.