A spaceship riding on a light beam could be the next Mayflower, says Stephen Hawking, carrying us to human colonies on other planets faster than rockets can.
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Bill Gates may be the only celebrity billionaire who's “not big on this whole Mars thing.”
Humanity should focus its efforts on exploring other worlds that we might inhabit, and to get there, Earthlings may need to ride on a beam of light, famed physicist Stephen Hawking says. The human imagination has led us to peer ever deeper into the universe with scientific tools, Hawking said. The answer is, no," Hawking said in his address.
Renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking has been extremely vocal in recent months about his feelings that humanity needs to get off of Earth as soon as possible. With a troubled climate, ever growing population, and mounting risks of...Show More Summary
Oil companies, corporate giants, and several prominent individuals — from Stephen Hawking to Michael Bloomberg — announced Tuesday they are joining the Climate Leadership Council, a group proposing a plan to tax carbon emissions from fossil fuels. A group of Republican elder statesmen introduced the plan in February 2017. Show More Summary
"People who enjoy a lot of respect — like Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk — warn of a coming artificial intelligence apocalypse. Others say the conversation has become alarmist — either that general AI is unlikely, or that even if it arrives, it will be here to help, not harm us."
Stephen Hawking says humans are turning into "cosmic sloths," watching the universe go by without leaving the comfort of our own home, and it's time to do something about it, the Evening Express reports. "Spreading out may be the only thing that saves us from ourselves," the BBC quotes Hawking...
World renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking is urging the nations of Earth to resume sending manned missions to the moon. He wants us to engage in another space-race – one that will serve as the catalyst for our eventual migration to a second Earth-like home planet. Show More Summary
Humanity's time on Earth is running out, according to Stephen Hawking. Read more...
The astrophysicist thinks we should prepare for a cosmic exodus in the next 200 to 500 years.
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“Columbus did it in 1492 when he discovered the New World,” Hawking said. “But now there is no new world. No Utopia around the corner.”
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Physicist and doomsayer Stephen Hawking has provided a gentle reminder (predictions) that he thinks we’re all going to die if we stay on Earth.
Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow arrives next Thursday, and it features... Stephen Hawking? Turns out a few of your favorite science super stars, including Bill Nye, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and George Takei will be making an appearance alongside the rest of the Futurama cast as playable characters. [Read more]
Time to pack our bags.
Stephen Hawking has warned that Earth is under threat and repeated his belief that humans must leave in the next few centuries if we are to survive as a species. “The Earth is under threat from so many areas that it is difficult for me to be positive. The threats are too big and too...
He said we need to leave within 500 years, “if humanity is to continue for another million years.”
After first announcing a new mobile Futurama game back in February, and teasing it with an initial trailer last month, TinyCo has revealed that Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow will be launched on the app store on June 29. The company has also created a new trailer for the game (below) featuring Stephen Hawking, George Takei, Bill Nye, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson … more…