So if we’ve been following this correctly, the ocean levels will rise and flood the world’s coastal cities well before the year 2600, when Stephen Hawking predicts humans will have turned the Earth into a ball of fire through overcrowding and energy consumption.
Stephen Hawking: Humans will turn Earth into a giant ball of fire by 2600 https://t.co/wy69t1htmb
— CNBC (@CNBC) November 7, 2017
All of this assumes that Sweet Meteor O’ Death doesn’t make a second, successful run for president in 2020.
Alright, folks. We’re slacking off. Let’s see if we can’t get this down to at least 2075. https://t.co/2TCnvkk5wp
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) November 7, 2017
583 years may not sound like alot of time left until we make this possible but i think we can do this. https://t.co/Uh0G0DzlQP
— Miguel A Granda (@MiguelAGranda) November 7, 2017
Pfft. We can totally do it faster! Come on guys! https://t.co/sXWjbMqSqM
— Rick the Halls??? (@Rick_City) November 7, 2017
Dang…I was really planning on that being a big year for me. https://t.co/ZujRjCrAN4
— Donny Chedrick (@DonChed54) November 7, 2017
Actually, a lot of people seem to be looking forward to it.
I can't wait https://t.co/vEpNoqcd3Q
— Jacqueline Smith (@Jaequi_Lynn) November 7, 2017
Fuck yes https://t.co/yJRyyuQMe8
— Mujahed Kobbe (@Moj_kobe) November 7, 2017
Not soon enough https://t.co/btPr152Qh2
— Ryan (@HayekandHockey) November 7, 2017
2018 if we're lucky https://t.co/6EKeEzG4Zw
— Manny Fidel (@mannyfidel) November 7, 2017
finally, a bit of good news https://t.co/sY7UTnqp9L
— maya kosoff (@mekosoff) November 7, 2017
So…i guess we really did start the fire https://t.co/J8gPk3Bchp
— Hi I'm Justin (@SmittysTweeter) November 7, 2017
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