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We Can Survive at Most 600 Years on Earth: Stephen Hawking


The atmosphere of the earth is changing rapidly. Time would come in future where the human will face a serious problem, and they will be unable to live on the Erath. The Human will go extinct in future may be in the next five century. This information is given by the renowned physicist Stephen Hawking. While giving a video presentation on 5th November at the Tencent Web Summit held in Beijing, famous cosmologist, Hawking gave a statement about earth chaining environment how badly it can affect human in future.

In the video presentation, Hawking stated that human population growth is now raising day by day and that will make Earth uninhabitable very soon and by 2600 human will face that situation. Apart from that, he also warned that the future of Artificial Intelligence, wants for a news space gage, rising global warming will make the earth like a fireball making its unsuitable for humans.  At that to stay alive, humans must vacate Earth before that year.

Previously, Hawking estimated that Humans would live on Earth for 100 years, originally it was estimated as 1,000 years. Now the new statement given by Hawking, the humans have only 600 years’ period and before that, they may need to leave earth to survive. He further advised that human should act together and “boldly go where no one has gone before.”

“We are running out of space, and the only places to go to are other worlds. It is time to explore other solar systems. Spreading out may be the only thing that saves us from ourselves. I am convinced that humans need to leave Earth”, Hawking said this earlier in this year.

In the video presentation, he also stated about a project which valued to be around $100 million, to develop a tiny, unscrewed probes also called as Nano craft which can rich to Mars in just one hour. Taking more about this, Pete Worden,  former head of NASA’s Ames Research Center said, “Maybe if all goes well, sometimes a little after the middle of the century, we’ll have our first picture of another planet that may be life-bearing orbiting the nearest star.”



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