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Humanity has 100 years left on Earth, according to Stephen Hawking

But could we really go multi-planetary in that timeframe? Image: REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

Dom Galeon

Writer, Futurism

Abby Norman

Associate Science Editor, Futurity

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