Stephen Hawking's last prediction: Humanity will be wiped out in 100 years unless it colonises the universe first

Nicholas Fearn
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Hoarding tinned food in the basement won't save you

Humans have just 100 years to colonise the galaxies and leave Earth before it comes to a dramatic end, according to the late Stephen Hawking.  The world-renowned physicist had initially predicte...

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