Talk:Graphical timeline of the universe

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Topic & Title[edit]

This is a useful timeline, but it appears to be not a timeline of the universe, as the title and parts of the introduction would indicate, but rather a timeline of conditions of habitability of the solar system. Wikipedia has longer scale timelines apropos the universe, e.g., those linked from Chronology of the universe, including Graphical timeline from Big Bang to Heat Death. --Figsyrup (talk) 02:34, 9 March 2013 (UTC)

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Shouldn't the value at the bottom of this chart be 5.391e-44 instead of 0, since the "Big Bang" doesn't deal with values smaller than Planck Time?

Since I changed the origin, this comment no longer applies.
I changed the origin to easier tell the difference between the past and the future, by having negative time values for the past. Najro 08:20, 14 August 2007 (UTC)


Since this is an English article, milliard should be replaced by billion. --Jellyturtle 21:24, 22 October 2006 (UTC)

Why is 'Earth's surface too hot for life' so long before 'evaporation of earth's oceans'? We know hyperthermophilic life can exist even above the boiling point, so it seems life would not end from heat alone, but from lack of water after the oceans were gone. Vultur (talk) 09:46, 4 May 2009 (UTC)

Redo this template[edit]

I think this template should be redone using Template:Graphical_timeline which would increase the visual appeal of the current version. --Tobias1984 (talk) 10:58, 22 May 2013 (UTC)