EARTH PAST AND PRESENT

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A documentary about the earth through out its life from creation to today.

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  • Why hello. My name is James Skyling. Welcome to the show about space and astronomy, Earth Past and Present. Today we will be asking, and answering, two main questions on everybody's mind. How does the earth move, and what makes seasons.
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  • And the story begins with a dark black void, nothing around. There are two ways that they say the universe was created, one by a heavenly god in the heavens made the earth in 6 days, and the other was a big bang. Both seem to be correct. As such, the universe and all its stars, planets and dark matter, and earth, was born.
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  • SO back to the earth. Lets answer one of the questions. How does the earth move? Well, It moves due to its Axis because of its difference to the magnetic poles, making a force that drives the earth on its axis. Its the same for all planets, but who cares about Mars and Pluto, lets focus on the earth for once.
  • The seasons, on the other hand, or well...... are our hands blocks or something. Never mind. Anyway, the seasons depend of the tilt of the Earth on its axis. Fall and Spring are in between because neither hemisphere is tilted toward the sun. Summer and Winter are the main ones because one of the hemispheres should be tilted towards or tilted away from the sun for the season to happen.
  • And there you have it folks. That is how the earth moves and how the seasons happen. See you next time on Earth Past and Present. Now can you get me down? I hate host- Oh my gosh we are still recording!
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