The "Boring Billion" refers to a period of time between 1.1 and 0.54 billion years ago during which the Earth's geology was remarkably stable. Plate tectonics were less active, volcanic eruptions were rare, and the Earth's climate was relatively mild. This period of geologic tranquility allowed life to flourish, as evidenced by the explosion of biodiversity that occurred during this time. However, the "Boring Billion" was not entirely uneventful. While large-scale changes were less frequent, there were still occasional upheavals, such as the rise and fall of sea levels and changes in the Earth's atmosphere. These events may have played a role in driving the evolution of new species and shaping the course of life on Earth.
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