Age of the earliest city

Age of the earliest city (6,500 y)

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If Age of the earliest city (6,500 y) was a standard unit ...

  • Time since the extinction of dinosaurs (66 million y)...more would be 10000 x Age of the earliest city
  • Time since the end of the Cretaceous geologic period (66 million y)...more would be 10000 x Age of the earliest city
  • Age of earliest stone hand axe (2.6 million y)...more would be 400 x Age of the earliest city
  • Time since the end of the Neogene geologic period (2.58 million y)...more would be 400 x Age of the earliest city
  • Time since the start of the Iron Age (3,200 y)...more would be 1/2 of Age of the earliest city
  • Time since the birth of Pythagoras (2,590 y)...more would be 2/5 of Age of the earliest city
  • Period of Neptune's orbit (164.8 y)...more would be 1/40 of Age of the earliest city
  • Time since the publication of Dickens's Tale of Two Cities (160 y)...more would be 1/40 of Age of the earliest city
  • Time since the publication of Darwin's On the Origin of Species (160 y)...more would be 1/40 of Age of the earliest city

Is That A Big Number? - The Book

Yes, there's now a book based on these numbers. Oxford University Press: July 2018.

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