geological time scale of the Earth, if a rough adjustment were applied,
would show that the different periods are actually of equal length
and the overall time is much shorter.
The appropriate adjustments to the general
timescale of each Earth are noted in the gallery footnotes on 'Earth7media'
All the celestial bodies of this solar
system are dated at about 4.5 billion years, which is one of the
things which contributes to the idea of the entire thing having
formed, as is, by accretion.
However, I think that they all come from
the sun in the first place. I believe that this has got something
to do with how each successive object can be older, but still contain
elements that would show a radioactive reading the same age as the
sun. This idea will be dealt with in the 'Sol' section of this website
in future drafts.