What on Earth Happened?: The Complete Story of the Planet, Life and People from the Big Bang to the Present Day

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Bloomsbury, 2009 - Civilization - 328 pages
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How Old Is The Universe? When Did Life On Earth Begin? What Happened To The Dinosaurs? How Was The Moon Created? How Did Ancient Chinese Science Shape The Modern World? How Did Islam Trigger Globalization? Are Humans Really Superior To Other Living Things? And How Can You Fit The Complete History Of The Planet Into One Pocket-Sized Book? These Are Just Some Of The Questions Answered In Christopher Lloyd'S Acclaimed 13.7 Billion Year History - Now In Brief. In This Thrill-Ride Across Millennia And Continents, The Complete History Of The Planet Comes To Life: From The Earth'S Fiery Birth To Its Near-Obliteration In The Triassic Period, And From The First Signs Of Human Life To The Tentative Future Of A World With A Burgeoning Population And A Global Warming Crisis. Covering A Wide Range Of Topics Including Astrophysics, Zoology, And Sociology, And Complete With Maps And Illustrations, What On Earth Happened? In Brief Is The Endlessly Entertaining Story Of The Planet, Life, And People.

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Christopher Lloyd graduated from Cambridge in 1991 with two scholarships and a double first-class degree in History. He then became a graduate trainee journalist on

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