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Settle other planets or die like dinosaurs – top scientist
Scott Palmer 29/10/2018
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Humans need to leave Earth, or we will die like the dinosaurs.
That’s the warning from Dr Michio Kaku, the world-famous quantum physicist, futurist and all-around cosmic brain box.

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After first assembling a particle accelerator in his parent’s garage for a science fair while still in school, Dr Kaku has since gone on to become one of the most widely recognised figures in science today.

Appearing on The Project on Monday, Dr Kaku warned we face extinction if we don’t colonise other planets.

“The dinosaurs did not have a space programme, and that’s why they’re not here today,” he said.

“It’s inevitable that one day we will be hit by another rock from out of space, and that’s why we need a backup plan.”

Dr Kaku says we’re going to have a settlement on Mars by the 2030s, and could soon see our grandchildren honeymooning there.

“Prices have been dropping like a rock,” he says. “There’s going to be a bandwagon effect.

“Silicon Valley billionaires are coming into the game now. They’re opening up their cheque-books and paying for it with their own money – spaceships to the moon.”

Dr Kaku is appearing in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch this week talking about his book, The Future of Humanity, which is out now.

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