Over the years a lot has been said and heard about the history of the evolution fo Earth, how it started affording an environment for human life, how civilisations started and modernisation happened and when is Earth going to end.
Remember all those predictions of 2012 when Earth was supposed to burst out due to meteor shower but its 2017 and we are still safe. But everything that starts has to end sometime. That is the natural rule of the Universe and /nature. This time let it be on Nobel Laureate Stephen Hawking’s prediction.
Stephen Hawking, recent in one of his interviews has claimed that Earth will only survive for 100 more years and will get destroyed to form some new means of life and land. Though many are predicting this to be the beginning of colonisation on Mars, it’s still not sure whether or not this prediction can be true.
About Expedition New Earth:
In Hawking’s next documentary for BBC, called Expedition New Earth, he broke this incredibly surprising yet depressing new about Earth’s death in next 100 years. Stephen HAwking’s new documentary is totally based on finding life on Mars or more precisely colonising Mars for human life. According to him, it is high time that scientists must root up to find ways to implant life on Mars because according to his prediction if Earth gets destroyed in next 100 years we really need a new planet to move to and Mars can probably be that planet. Hence, Hawking calls it as ‘Planet B’.
Stephen Hawking is so sure about his claim on Earth’s life prediction that BBC channel was convinced to release a press statement saying, ” Professor Stephen Hawking thinks the human species will have to populate a new planet within 100 years if it is to survive.” BBC’s statement continued saying, ” With climate change overdue, asteroid strikes, epidemics and population growth, our own planet is increasingly precarious.
In his earlier interview with BBC, Stephen Hawking has already claimed that excessive climate change and development of Artificial Intelligence are already diminishing the life of Planet Earth and efficiency of the human race to survive. Previously, he has likewise called for people to colonise the moon and figure out how to settle Mars – a district he alluded to as “the conspicuous next focus” in 2008, as indicated by New Scientist.
Stephen Hawking has always been straight about the predictions and claims that he had made so far. Keeping that in time, it must be right to say that it’s high time that we take care of our Planet and fasten the rate of discoveries of Space.