No matter how much time and effort one man spends during his lifetime studying the dark abyss that we call the universe, the truth is that it will forever remain the great unknown. While there are many things that science can uncover, the one thing that humans will never be able to undermine is the plan of a higher power.
But, this iconic physicist died trying and what he found out is concerning, as it will happen during our children’s lifetime.
Stephen Hawking, born in 1942 and died in 2018, was known to be one of the most significant theoretical physicists in all of history. Dubbed as the greatest scientist of all time since Albert Einstein, this legend spent his life studying the hidden mysteries of the universe.
With cosmology being the main focus of his work, Hawking’s theories about the fate of humanity will remain forever relevant even though he is no longer physically with us. There seven predictions specifically that he made that would end life as we know it and become Earth’s Demise.In the age of pandemics and advancing technology, debates about vaccines have become a widespread conspiracy. It turns out that Stephen Hawking believed that the pharmaceutical industry’s effect on human genes might be the demise of evolution.
Modern-day medicine is made through a mixture of human and cow DNA. This scientist believed that we are at risk of creating “super-humans,” which he described as: “a race of self-designing beings who are improving at an ever-increasing rate.” Keep in mind that medicine has kept the human race evolving and has saved lives in the past, so this is a speculation.
An Alien Invasion
In 2010, Stephen Hawking stated, “If aliens visit us, the outcome would be much as when Columbus landed in America, which didn’t turn out well for the Native Americans.” This legend was a firm believer of life on other planets, and he had no doubts that they would eventually visit us here on earth.
Hawking had a bone to pick with extraterrestrials, and he liked to think that if we were to come in contact with them, they would try to take over our planet and study us like a science experiment. But who are we to judge creatures we’ve never even seen?
Just two weeks before his death, Hawking published his last work, “A Smooth Exit From Eternal Inflation.” In this study, the physicist revealed his prediction that the end of the universe is near. He believed that the bright and shiny stars that fill our night sky will eventually run out of energy, leaving us in total darkness forever.
The good thing is that the universe works in mysterious ways, so for all we know, it could have something much greater in store behind this plan. But, to be on the safe side, Hawking recommends: “Spreading out into space will completely change the future of humanity. It may also determine whether we have any future at all.”
Robots Will Replace Humans
Stephen Hawking believed that artificial intelligence was one of the worst things human beings have created. While this invention has benefitted society in many ways, the scientist predicts that it will eventually create monsters that will work against its creators to destroy us.