All of the planets are inhabited by a single yellow star which is known as the Sun and are orbited by satellites which are famously known as Moons.
In late 2009, the planets in the Solar System of the Milky Way began to align themselves with a massive solar flare erupting from the Sun. The combination of the alignment of the planets and the neutrinos from the solar flare caused the planet of the Earth, to have its core being heated up so high, it caused the crust of the planet to becoming unstable and letting it come to an end in 2012.
When the apocalypse ended, the Earth is rendered uninhabitable from the apocalyptic disaster and its population of humans became critically endangered, due to more than 400,000 people surviving the event by boarding the Arks, while 6 billion humans have died during the apocalypse. When time was reset to year one, some of the Earth's continents had risen and the planet is left with a new landscape as time starts over throughout the Milky Way.
- During the Yellowstone Caldera Eruption of 2012, Charlie Frost stated that when the apocalypse ended, all of mankind would be "visible from the Milky Way in a tiny little puff of smoke."