Is this true? Of course it is. However, my thought is this is what actually will happen is that humans are sort of like lemmings running and jumping off a cliff and swimming out to sea too. So, if we cannot control our population one way, we likely will do it another way. It won't be pretty at this point, but we either find a way to control human population or we live in HELL here on earth until we all die horrible deaths and go extinct.
Like I said before in another article "It's a no brainer" we either control human population or we go extinct. THERE ISN'T ANOTHER ALTERNATIVE IF WE ARE GOING TO LIVE HERE ON EARTH!
But what's the point of not controlling human population here and just finding some other planet to overpopulate and destroy too? My theory is this is what we have been doing as humanoids for millions of years already by colonizing and destroying planets and some of us then move on to the next planet or planets and then have to do the same thing over and over and over again!
Look at Mars, Maldek (the asteroid belt destroyed by a nuclear war). Look at Venus before the sun got hotter. Folks we have already been doing this in the solar system for a minimum of 65 million years if not 100 million years already as humanoids and likely some dna strain of us came from outside the solar system before even that. We colonize we engineer our dna to fit whatever planets we go to and then we eventually overpopulate like now and then some of us move on. It's been like this for millions and millions of years already folks.
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USA Today · 3 hours ago
Stephen Hawking says human race could risk dying out if we don’t colonize a new planet. Veuer's Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story. Buzz60 Physicist Stephen Hawking believes time is …
CNet · 2 hours ago
Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has awarded science communication medals to "The Big Bang Theory" and to astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. The Hawking …
FORTUNE · 1 hour ago
Stephen Hawking is saying we need to colonize the Moon and Mars — and fast. "We are running out of space and the only places to go to are other worlds. It is time to …
Stephen Hawking says human race could risk dying out if we don’t colonize a new planet. Veuer's Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story. Buzz60
For years, Hawking has warned that humankind faces extinction from a slew of threats ranging from climate change to destruction from nuclear war and genetically engineered viruses. Hawking recently estimated that humans have 100 years left on Earth — if we’re lucky.
During a speech at Starmus, an arts and science festival in Norway, Hawking reiterated that humanity’s future is not on the planet it has treated so poorly, BBC reported.
“If humanity is to continue another million years, our future lies in boldly going where no one else has gone before,” Hawking said, BBC reported.
Hawking noted that leaving Earth can not be the mission of one country, but a collective effort.
"To leave Earth demands a concerted global approach, everyone should join in,” he said. “We need to rekindle the excitement of the early days of space travel in the sixties."
"Whenever we make a great new leap, such as the Moon landings, we bring people and nations together, usher in new discoveries, and new technologies," he said.
And space exploration can’t stop with Mars and the Moon. Hawking noted that climate change and dwindling natural resources, make it clear a long-term colonization plan is needed.
Hawking said when humans have faced “similar crises” or lack or resources, they’ve set out to discover and colonize new parts of the world, Newsweek reported.
“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.”
Hawking noted that the path forward is clear: It’s time to get out of Dodge.
“We are running out of space, and the only places to go to are other worlds,” he said. “It is time to explore other solar systems. Spreading out may be the only thing that saves us from ourselves. I am convinced that humans need to leave Earth.”