Stephen Hawking: Humanity Only Has 100 Years Left on Earth Before Doomsday

In the last one hundred years, humanity somehow managed to achieve many innovations. We learned how to fly (at least with the help of airplanes), constructed huge machines, treated diseases, developed computers, the world wide web, and smart devices. At precisely the exact same time, we’ve triggered our fair share of destruction, too: in the form of several wars — two of which were world wars — and, of interest as of late, man-made climate shift. Now, famous physicist Stephen Hawking believes we’ve 100 years left before doomsday — and we will need to eliminate Earth long before that comes to pass.

This, of course, isn’t really the very first time when Hawkins has given a prediction for the following doomsday. In the recent years, he was warning the humanity about how super artificial intelligence (AI) would end humankind and the way calling extraterrestrial life would go bonkers for humanity. Then in November of last year, he stated we have 1,000 years to depart Earth. Now, he has cut it down to 100 — leaving us to wonder exactly how awful the previous six months have been. They’d arguably have to have been fairly bad for Hawking to radically cut our time on Earth by 900 years in one fell swoop.

The Specifics of Hawking’s date for the doomsday warning will be released in a new BBC documentary that will air on June 15 in which he suggests that humanity has to be a multi-planetary species within the next century so it can survive.

Hawking explains that humanity’s days on Earth are already numbered because of climate change, asteroid strikes, epidemics, and overpopulation. The only way to live? We will need to modify planets, as well as fast. A lot can happen in 100 past one hundred years, and so far we have demonstrated that we are indeed capable of discovering many things for only one century. But is the multy-planetary scenario the next step?


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