The famous British professor Stephen Hawking, in his speech at the Natural History Museum, London, gave his perspective on the future of humanity and the biggest failure to date.
According to British professor whose life recently became a movie (‘The Theory of Everything’), “If I could correct a disadvantage of humanity, that would be aggression, which can be considered a plus for cavemen, with regard to finding food, securing housing and mating, but now threatens all of the extinction. ”
In his speech, Hawking said that aggression should be replaced with compassion, otherwise it will be a risk of extinction of human civilization, from a potential nuclear disaster. The only antidote is “courtesy and kindness and empathy that can bring love and cooperation between people,” he said.
Finally, the British astrophysicist stressed the benefits of the conquest of space by humans, which is a form of “life insurance” for the future of humanity and should be continued.
“Sending people to the moon changed the future of the human race in ways that are not yet understood,” he said. “It may not solve any of our immediate problems on planet Earth, but gave us new perspectives for solving them and made us look both outward and inward.”