Stephen Hawking Warns We Must Escape Earth Within 100 Years If Humans Are To Survive

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Once again Stephen hawking has a warning for humans, Humans must leave Earth within 100 years if we want to survive. The renowned theoretical physicist believes that life on Earth is at an ever-increasing risk of being wiped out by a disaster, such as asteroid strikes, epidemics, over-population and climate change.

As our world becomes less suitable for life over the next century, Professor Hawking will warn in a new documentary that future generations must forge a new existence in space.

As part of a new documentary, Expedition New Earth, which is part of BBC's Tomorrow's World starting in June, Professor Hawking will travel around the world to find out how we might exist in outer space.

In the documentary, airing on BBC 2, he will claim that time is running out for human existence on Earth and we must carve our future elsewhere. 

The season will also try to find Britain’s best invention, by asking the public to vote on the innovation which has been the most influential in their lives.

In November last year, Professor Hawking was more conservative in his estimates.

He warned that humans could not survive another 1,000 years on 'fragile' Earth.

At the talk, Professor Hawking gave a one-hour whirlwind history of man's understanding of the origin of the universe from primordial creation myths to the most cutting edge predictions made by 'M-theory'.

He said: 'Perhaps one day we will be able to use gravitational waves to look back into the heart of the Big Bang’

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