November 19, 2015 Vince Valholla

This animation visually explains how old the Earth is

Space and time really fascinates me. When I think about how old the Earth is, it makes me wonder how life was thousands of years ago. I also think about how the Earth looked a billion years ago. Watch the video below and tell me what you think on Twitter. @VinceValholla

The Earth is really, really old. Over 4 1/2 billion years old, in fact. How do we begin to comprehend a number that large? It helps to put it on a more fathomable scale. Watch to see where Earth’s major events would fall on a timeline stretching across the US.

Produced by Alex Kuzoian

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Vince Valholla

Vince Valholla is Chairman/Chief Executive of Valholla Entertainment, Inc. Valholla is a full service Music Label & Management Company based in Miami, FL. Valholla's 2015 release of Kirby Maurier's "Doing The Most" was one of the highest selling independent R&B albums in the South Atlantic Region. His opinion is his own.