Stephen Hawking’s Final Warning and Predictions for the Future

What does the future have in store for humans? Will we become extinct?

Stephen Hawking | Photo Credits: Flickr

Stephen Hawking, born on January 8, 1942, is considered by many, to be the closest person to Albert Einstein, in terms of intelligence. The foremost thinker in quantum mechanics, the relativity theory, and the study of black holes, changed…

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