TimeVibe is a free, event-driven, community-edited, historical timeline. It provides an easy, intuitive way of visualizing our universe's history, from it's birth 13.8 billion years ago, to this day. It's also a way of socially sharing vibes with your friends and contributing to the picture our species has of history. And, it can also be seen as a news portal, with all vibes occuring today. Above all, it's an educational website.
Simply put, a vibe is a minor or major disturbance along our history. A noticeable event that occured in the past as far back as 13.8 bn years ago (like the Planck epoch), still occurs (like the Icarus Project For Canberra Arts Community), or will occur as far into the future as 2200 A.D. (like NASA-ESA's James Webb Space Telescope – JWST).
Everyone can! As long as you don't post offensive material. Or ads. Or any other kind of spam. Then I'll ban you.
Drag this button to your bookmarks bar → Vibe It, then use it whenever you need to create a vibe from the website you're on at the time.
Why, yes there are. Here's some general points:
Send your timeline suggestion to .
By default, TimeVibe requires no permissions besides what Facebook already offers by default. However, when creating a vibe, the following additional permissions are needed:
TimeVibe does NOT post your behalf and never will, unless you create a vibe and instruct the app to post on Facebook, like outlined above.
No. I'm actively working on it, constantly fixing bugs and adding new features. Please take a minute to send constructive criticism or general feedback to .
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This policy was last modified on June 2, 2013