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Please don’t make me write about this new Stephen Hawking prediction

Stephen Hawking in 2016.
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There are some narratives that, as a room correspondent, you just don’t want to cover.

And well, famed cosmologist Stephen Hawking’s most recent news-making time is one of them.

According to a blurb released by the BBC, an upcoming documentary aspects Hawking saying that humans need to find a new planet to occupy in the next 100 years. The premise is that we’re going to devastated the one we have within that time period. A plenty of people have written about it, and that’s penalty, but I’m not doing it.

It me.

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It’s not as if this is the first time Hawking’s made a bold doomsday proclamation like this.

The far-famed scientist occasionally comes out sometimes when he has a new show to promote and explains how obsessed he is about the government of humanity in the 21 st century or announces a new black hole theory.

He’s one of the brightest minds of his generation, but I’m still not interested in writing a story about some random Hawking utterance that I have no proof actually happened.

It’s not exactly clear what Hawking said or different contexts in which he said it because no video, or video transcript for that are important, that we could find has been made available by the BBC. The BBC can get away with this because Hawking get clicks for basically any media company that writes about him.

In 2014, for example, Hawking liberated a study suggesting that maybe a long-held scientific principle about black holes was wrong. While the operate wasn’t peer-reviewed, it was better got a huge amount of news coverage.

And just last year, Hawking also said that humanity needs to leave Earth if we’re going to survive into the far future, so not so different from what he’s reportedly telling now. Hawking has also previously advised about the dangers technological advancement poses to human existence.

And yeah, I’ve embraced Hawking many times before.

So yes, if you need me, I’ll just be over here staring at this photo of hundreds of galaxies light-years away.

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