Eminent scholar shortly before his death predicted the future of mankind, the prediction has drawn the attention of researchers
English theoretical physicist, cosmologist and author Stephen Hawking shortly before his death stated that people should explore the space and leave the Earth moved to another planet. And explained why.
Stephen Hawking argued that climate change will entail tragic consequences, as the point of no return has already been passed, and will not be able to renew the ecosystem of the planet.
The average temperature on Earth, according to the scientist, will rapidly increase in the near future will reach 300 degrees, the Earth will fall acid rain.
Scientists, after analyzing the statement of physics, noted that, in any case, sooner or later the Sun will destroy the Earth since 3.5 billion years, it will be huge, and the water on the planet evaporates. Accordingly, the planet would be deserted, and to survive will fail, even bacteria.
According to the researchers, all the predictions of Stephen Hawking regarding the death of the Earth can come true, so now you must begin to explore outer space and colonize a planet that is habitable for people.
Also earlier it was reported that a biblical expert Paul McGuire tried to decipher the prophecy in the Holy Scriptures to learn for mankind when judgment day comes.
The expert from the United States Paul McGuire claims to have discovered in the Scriptures a prophecy about the end of the world, which can be done in the near future, because now the Earth is “fibrillating” from bizarre weather, economic turmoil and natural disasters.
The frequency of earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions and other disasters in the next 30 years will only increase, which will cause many disasters. However, the exact date is unknown.
“All this is happening, and then comes to an end, and the end, of course, is the return of Christ to planet Earth to restore Paradise. I can’t give you a date when this will happen, but we with lightning speed, moving toward that time,” said McGuire.