The planet is heating up, Earth’s population is growing at an exponential rate, and the normal resources indispensable to our survival are running out quicker than we can supplant them with maintainable choices.
Regardless of whether mankind oversees not to drive itself to the edge of atomic elimination, it is as yet an inevitable end product that our maturing sun will grow and swallow the Earth in around 7.6 billion years.
Along these lines, as indicated by renowned worldwide hypothetical physicist Stephen Hawking, it’s an ideal opportunity to free ourselves from Mother Earth. “I trust that the long haul eventual fate of mankind must be in space,” Hawking discloses to Big Think.
“It will be sufficiently troublesome to maintain a strategic distance from catastrophe on planet Earth in the following hundred years, not to mention the following thousand, or million. Humankind shouldn’t have all its investments tied up in one place, or on one planet. We should trust we can abstain from dropping the bin until the point that we have spread the heap.”
Peddling says he is a self-assured person, yet his viewpoint for the eventual fate of man’s presence is genuinely depressing. In the current past, mankind’s survival has been downright “an issue of touch and go” he says, referring to the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1963 as only one case of how man has barely gotten away eradication.
Truth is told, “The recurrence of such events is probably going to increment later on,” says Hawking, “We might require awesome care and judgment to arrange them all effectively.”
Regardless of whether people figure out how to maintain a strategic distance from atomic remains off finished the following thousand years, our destiny on this planet is still essentially certain.
Life on Earth will have vanished sometime before 7.6 billion years. Researchers have demonstrated that the Sun’s moderate development will cause the temperature at the surface of the Earth to rise.
Seas will dissipate, and the air will wind up loaded down with water vapor, which (like carbon dioxide) is an extremely powerful ozone-harming substance. In the end, the seas will bubble dry and the water vapor will escape into space. In a quite a while from now, the Earth will be an extremely hot, dry and appalling ball.”
At long last, between the following thousand years or so Hawking says it will take man to make the planet dreadful and the billion years it will take for the sun to move our planet toward a parched no man’s land, there is dependably the shot that a close-by supernova, a space rock, or a brisk and easy dark gap could destroy us.