The video presents scientific evidence of the origin of life on our planet.
It begins with a brief discussion of the age of the Earth and ends with the future of humanity.
This usually requires what is commonly known as a "dating method".
Several dating methods exist, depending on different criteria and techniques, and some very well known examples of disciplines using such techniques are, for example, history, archaeology, geology, paleontology, astronomy and even forensic science, since in the latter it is sometimes necessary to investigate the moment in the past in which the death of a cadaver occurred.
That means that the play was without fail written after (in Latin, post) 1587.
With these activities, students complete a sequence of tasks that require observation, measurement, and data analysis.
Upon successful completion, they receive a personalized certificate.
Relative dating methods are unable to determine the absolute age of an object or event, but can determine the impossibility of a particular event happening before or after another event of which the absolute date is well known.
In this relative dating method, Latin terms ante quem and post quem are usually used to indicate both the oldest and the most recent possible moments when an event occurred or an artifact was left in a stratum.
They come in a variety of sizes, from microscopic traces to large animal skeletons and fossilized trees weighing many tons.