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cser.org — A research center at the University of Cambridge studying possible extinction-level threats. Advisors include philosopher Peter Singer, computer scientist Stuart J. Russell, statistician David Spiegelhalter, and cosmologists Stephen Hawking and Max Tegmark. co-founders are Huw Price, philosophy professor at Cambridge, Martin Rees, cosmologist, astrophysicist

Cambridge Centre for the Study of Existential Risk

University of Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for the Study of Existential Risk Some of Britain’s finest minds are drawing up a “doomsday list” of catastrophic events that could devastate the world, pose a threat to civilization and might even lead to … Continue reading

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Stephen Hawking: Escape to another planet before we go extinct

The only method of propulsion we have to escape the planet is, you guessed it, fossil fuels, and they don’t come anywhere near to getting us to the speed of light necessary to get to even the closest star. Nor … Continue reading

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