Hawking, who passed away last year, was a theoretical physicist, cosmologist, and author who was the director of research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology at the University of Cambridge before his death. His scientific works included a collaboration with Roger Penrose on gravitational singularity theorems in the framework of general relativity and the theoretical prediction that black holes emit radiation, often called Hawking radiation.
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Painting found in womans kitchen sells for £21million “What I see is not only the future of the cosmos we inhabit but also the enormous challenge that our species will face.
”He continued, explaining why humans may all one day end up in Antarctica.He added: “After all, we are tiny organisms compared to the mighty universe that made us.“It was the Earth that gave us life, but will not always be the blue sanctuary that it is today.
Hawking predicted the end of the world (Image: GETTY)
Stephen Hawking was a science legend (Image: GETTY) What I see is the enormous challenge that our species will faceStephen Hawking“The continents of our planet are drifting, fast-forward 75 million years and it will be clustered towards the South Pole.
“No one knows if the Earth will still be habitable then, but the sad truth is that we may not last long enough to find out.”Hawking went on to reveal the human race may not even make it that far if scientists fail to prepare against an asteroid impact.He continued: “As we gaze into the future, it turns out that the universe is a pretty dangerous place.
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“No one knows if the Earth will still be habitable then, but the sad truth is that we may not last long enough to find out.”Hawking went on to reveal we may not even make it that far if we fail to prepare against an asteroid impact,He continued: “As we gaze into the future, it turns out that the universe is a pretty dangerous place.
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Hawking is more worried about an asteroid though (Image: GETTY)
He fears that NASA does not have adequate defence (Image:.