DWQA QuestionsCategory: Physical UniverseA viewer asks: “How does that 140-million-year timeline showing a steady decline in atmospheric CO2 relate to the migration of Earth from the dead companion star to our current Sun? Did it happen before or during that 140-million-year stretch? It seems that if this migration of Earth happened during that time, there would be a huge jump in the data.”
Nicola Staff asked 4 months ago

The assumption is correct, and so the transfer of the Earth to its current solar orbit was done prior to this 140-million-year timepoint so everything happening subsequently was in fact during a period of restoration to bring things back into better alignment, stability, and a favorable mix of environmental attributes to reconfigure the planet with beneficial life forms and then eventually the introduction of the divine human was resumed and was quite recent, being approximately 125,000 years ago.