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Hawking Says Future
Humans May Be Cyborgs

Stephen Hawking, considered by many to be among the brightest minds alive today, has been issuing some dire threats about future of life on this planet.

After expressing concern about a looming destruction of the planet by man-induced global warming, Hawking has now added new probabilities to his doomsday scenario. He warns of the possibility that in our quest to find ultimate biological and chemical weapons we will create a doomsday bug that will destroy the human race. He also believes there is a possibility that machines may someday attempt to control us.

With deadly bugs like E-bola and military smallpox around, many scientists believe that a doomsday device is already here. All it is going to take is one madman, like the guys who flew those commercial airliners into the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon, to release it.

In an interview with Roger Highfield, of the London Telegraph, Hawking said he felt the colonization of other planets might be the only hope for mankind.

"In the long term, I am more worried about biology," Hawking said. "Nuclear weapons need large facilities, but genetic engineering can be done in a small lab. You can't regulate every lab in the world. The danger is that either by accident or design, we create a virus that destroys us.

"I don't think the human race will survive the next thousand years, unless we spread into space. There are too many accidents that can befall life on a single planet. But I'm an optimist. We will reach out to the stars," Hawking said.

It is interesting to note that Hawking, a professor of mathematics at Cambridge University, says genetic engineering for new bodies will probably be needed to make humans capable of surviving the rigors of space travel. He suggests that we develop cyborgs, or humans with computers linked to their brains.

This is the very thing our son, Aaron C. Donahue, sees when he remote views our future. He believes humans will continue to live on this planet for a while, even after its ecology fails and are forced to go underground to live. But to remain here, Donahue says we must develop new silicone-based bodies to replace the carbon-based bodies we now occupy. He also sees a type of super human, with bodies capable of withstanding extreme temperature changes and high solar radiation bombardments. We also will have computers linked to the brain.

Why would we have computers wired into the brain? In another interview with the German magazine Focus, Hawking said that because of the speed of advances in computer technology, he foresees a time when intelligent machines will be smarter than humans and will have the capability of taking over the world.

Sounds like an old plot from a B-rated science fiction movie doesn't it?

But Hawking is dead serious about this.

Because technology is advancing so fast, Hawking said "computers double their performance every month." He warned that humans, in contrast, are developing much more slowly. They are either going to change their DNA and develop the capability of using the full potential of their brain, or be left behind.

"The danger is very real," the professor said.

Hawking said he believes that through careful manipulation of human genes, humans can raise the complexity of their personal DNA and awaken the sleeping parts of their brains.

Hawking, a victim of ALS, a motor neuron disease that leaves him dependent on machines, finds it easy to consider the concept of cyborg technology, with direct links between human brains and computers.

"We must develop as quickly as possible technologies that make possible a direct connection between brain and computer, so that artificial brains contribute to human intelligence rather than opposing it."

The scientific community is already looking into the possibilities of genetic engineering and human interaction with machines. But there is strong opposition from the religious sector. Ethicists are urging caution and saying that humans have no business playing God through genetic engineering.

Sounds like our slave masters, the Annunocki, talking to me. This alien race has gone to great lengths to keep the main part of our brains shut down. It is my belief that they aren't going to let us escape their clutches without a fight.

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