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13,700,000,000 B.C. Edit

  • The Big Bang occurs in which ordinary space and time develop out of a primeval state.

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  • The Planck Epoch begins: Universe experiences cooling as it begins expanding outward - quantum variations begin causing slight variations in density.

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  • Electroweak epoch begins: The Universe cools down to 10˄28 kelvins. As a result, the Strong Nuclear Force becomes distinct from the Electroweak Force. A wide array of exotic elementary particles result from decay of X and Y bosons which include W and Z bosons and Higgs bosons.

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  • Cosmic inflation ends. Particles of matter and anti-matter from as a soup of hot plasma - photons of light are scattered by traveling through this plasma.

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  • The Quark Epoch starts. The universe cools to 10˄15 kelvins.

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  • Baryogenesis may have taken place with matter as baryon to antibaryon constituencies are established.

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  • Hardon epoch begins. As the universe cools to about 10˄10 kelvins, a quark-hadron transition takes place in which quarks bind to form more complex particles. This quark confinement includes the formation of protons and neutrons, the building blocks of atomic nuclei.

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  • Gravity governs the expansion of the universe: neutrinos decouple from matter creating a cosmic neutrino background.

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  • Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla calls the people to begin the Mexican War of Independence.
  • José María Morelos y Pavón joins to the Mexican War of Independence.

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  • Hidalgo and some of his supporters are caught and shot by spaniards.

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  • The 2017 Central Mexico earthquake occurred just two hours after an earthquake drill done yearly on the anniversary of the 1985 Mexico earthquake. Widespread damage was caused in Mexico City, Morelos and Puebla. Many buildings collapsed. 370 people were killed (228 in Mexico City, 74 in Morelos, 46 in Puebla, 15 in Mexico State, 6 in Guerrero and 1 in Oaxaca) and more than 6,000 injured.