On 3rd May 2017 many news agencies have announced (for example “Daily Mail”) that:
“Stephen Hawking warns we must escape Earth within 100 years if humans are to survive.”

As part of a new documentary, Expedition New Earth, which is part of BBC’s Tomorrow’s World starting in June on BBC 2, Professor Hawking will claim that time is running out for human existence on Earth and we must carve our future elsewhere.

Professor Hawking said: “I think the human race has no future if it doesn’t go to space.”
But I (Peter Jakubowski) am sure the human race has no future if it goes to space!!! We are living not on a cosmic spaceship (which can be changed to or replaced with some better one), but within the Cosmic Hierarchy of our Solar System; our Earth was always, is today, and will remain for the rest of its lifespan, the most safe place for human race to live in.

I am quoting Stephen Hawking here because I like his appeal to the young generation of students and scientists: “Making a poignant plea to his young audience of students from the University of Oxford, where he himself did his undergraduate degree, he said: ‘Remember to look up to the stars and not down at your feet…. Try to make sense of what you see and wonder about what makes the universe exist. … Be curious and however life may seem there’s always something you can do and succeed at – it matters that you don’t just give up.'”

Nevertheless, we both, Professor Hawking and I myself, belong to the naturally going extinct Medieval Civilisation of human beings, in contrary to the young generation (born in 1980s or later), being the first adult generation of our First Global Civilisation. Therefore, such hopes by Stephen Hawking as that one: “Perhaps one day we will be able to use gravitational waves to look back into the heart of the Big Bang.” still belong to the outdated Old-Paradigm science, which has to be replaced now with the New-Paradigm Unified Physics, as has been published recently (in scientific journal, as printed book or as e-book) by myself.