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This is what Stephen Hawking says:

“I don’t think we will survive another 1,000 years without escaping
beyond our natural planet,” he said. “I therefore want to
encourage public interest in space.”

He said that because President Trump didn’t commit the United
States people to the Paris climate agreement. The agreement was
to commit signatory nations to cut carbon dioxide production to
various levels below previous years. Dr. Hawking maintains that
to continue industrial production of carbon dioxide would create
an irreversible greenhouse effect similar to the planet Venus
where surface temperatures are typically 900 degrees F.

Dr. Hawking is lying.

In the first place, rest assured that he doesn’t believe any 100-year
climate model, let alone a 1000-year model. He may not be the
sharpest crayon in the box, but there’s no way he’s that ignorant.
In the second place, he doesn’t believe that mankind has a prayer
of surviving an extended visit to space apart from the resources
and protection of Earth. Imagine believing that a screw-up of the
most generous environment in the universe would lead to survival
in a hostile environment. Sorry, he couldn’t possibly believe what
he says. Finally, believing that the Paris agreement could
drastically alter life on Earth stretches credulity beyond the
breaking point. He’s lying, of course.

We point this out so that our readers can easily see that the best
and brightest in science today are often compulsive liars. (Keep
that in mind the next time they report their discoveries). We
also point to Hawking’s disagreement with scripture. Here’s
what the Bible says:

While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold
and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall
not cease.

Most Christians choose to believe Stephen Hawking over the Bible.

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