When the Earth was born 5 billion years ago, it was nothing but fire and lava. Then it was drowned in rain and storms.
Within this liquid universe, oxygen escaped from the primordial ocean, air separated from water and surrounded this new world that was taking shape.
During this time, bacteria created an extroardinary mechanism; they transformed the energy from the sun into matter producing chlorophyll, which traps energy to convert it into food.
The plant life that came from the Earth and water was the first sign of life under the reign of air and light.
These four worlds – earth, water, plant life and air are the forces of the Earth.
Together, they create the unlikely micro-climate that has made the birth of mankind.