(ORDO NEWS) — Artificial intelligence, the colonization of Mars, and the alien invasion are favorite themes of Stephen Hawking (January 8, 1942 – March 14, 2018). In the first and last, the scientist saw more than a clear threat, and dreamed of conquering the Red Planet.
Hawking, raising important questions, tried to find answers and in the end, unwittingly, made predictions.
His views are supported by many scientists of our time and, probably, we will be able to check everything ourselves in this century.
Stephen Hawking was not a dreamer who talked about what he wanted to believe. He took lessons from history, mixed with the current situation in the world and received a result that would open the curtain of the unknown.
For example, a decade before humanity realized that the climate was irreversibly changing for the worse, Hawking warned of this threat. He argued that in the future, the Earth will be “transformed into a second Venus,” and people will have to look for another home.
Some climatologists laughed at him, saying that the professor “imagines himself to be an expert in all areas.” Ironically, the situation has changed and our civilization does not know what to do to stop global warming.
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