We may be in trouble
Well the time has come, according to respected astrophysicist, Stephen Hawking. While many people have tried to predict the ending of the world as we know it… Each time it’s been a flop. However, Hawking warns in his new documentary, Expedition New Earth, humans will need to find another planet to occupy if they’re to survive. Hopefully, there is life out there in space; we’re gonna need someone to show us the ropes!
We are not alone
According to the new documentary, Expedition New Earth,
as part of BBC’s science season ‘Tomorrow’s World’, Hawking claims that the time is drawing near to a close for planet Earth. He says humans should begin to leave the planet in order to save themselves from severe situations like climate change, asteroid strikes, epidemics, and overpopulation.
Outer Space Exploration
The series chronicles Hawking and his protégé Christophe Galfard as they travel the world in search of alternative planets for humans to live on when Earth is no more.
Inspiration for Expeditions
Along with detailing Hawking’s plans for the end of life as we know it, the series is said to be inspiring to those who are willing to search beyond the ordinary. British TV presenter Brian Cox happens to be one of the inspired individuals, claiming that this documentary details more than its predecessor, which premiered back in the ’70s.
Professor Brian Cox, an astrophysicist himself, said, “The original Tomorrow’s World inspired a generation – it certainly inspired me back in the 1970s, but that was a single TV programme.”