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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. But this is the current understanding of when things happened.

And “proterozoic” comes from the Greek for earlier life. And we are eukaryotes. And Proterozoic Eon, it’s right over here.

Once it gets to enough concentration, it begins to actually suffocate. So the oxygen starts to get released and accumulate in the atmosphere. And this is right here. So we are able to find rocks that we can date to be roughly 3. Here is the land, right over there in yellow, constantly being bombarded with UV radiation. 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.


And now that oxygen began to accumulate, we have the Oxygen Catastrophe.

This is the greatest extinction event in Earth’s history, in History. We’re made up of trillions. It’s a greenhouse gas. So that’s what they talk about right here on this diagram, the first snowball Earth.

But it’s even more violet than purple. And it’s the eon in which either life first started to exist or at least it first start to somewhat flourish. We actually talk about respiration that occurs in the mitochondria. Some of that oxygen goes into the upper atmosphere. Two of them are crucial to us eventually showing up on this planet. And I’m not a Greek scholar.

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You can go to the biology playlist. But it becomes oxygen rich enough that at llevendes the environment becomes suitable for eurkaryotic organisms or eukaryotic cells. So any of ldvendes Greeks out there, forgive me if I’m not getting the translation exactly right.

So this oxygen production, it’s crucial, one, to having an ozone layer so that eventually life can exist on the land. And we said in the last video that they were producing oxygen, but most of that oxygen was being absorbed by iron in the oceans. It eventually saturates the iron.

Ozonlaget og eukaryoter dukker op i æonen Proterozoikum

And that’s because the cyanobacteria is producing all this oxygen. And once it reacts with the oxygen and starts dropping out of the atmosphere as methane, we believe the Earth cooled down. I’m sure that number will be refined. It means beginning or origin. So these are our levences that had to come into being at that time. Now, the other interesting thing that happened– remember, we’re being bombarded with UV radiation from the Lveendes. So this kind of sets the stage for in the next eon, for animals or living things, to eventually get on to the land.


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It helps retain heat in the atmosphere. That’s why it’s called the Oxygen Dett. And, of course, this boundary is vague. So it’s kind of like another little animal living inside of a larger cell.

For at logge ind og bruge alle funktionerne i Khan Academy, skal du aktivere JavaScript i din browser. So if you’re on the land– let me draw the land and the ocean. And what’s interesting about this is once it accumulates and once it gets kind of a critical amount of oxygen in the atmosphere– levenddes I touched on this in the last video– about 2.