05.04.20 Maria Arkhipova said about the perspectives of human civilization against the backdrop of COVID-19 /VIDEO/

According to experts of Consortium “Space Technologies”, since 2018 they have conducted a study on the study of human life span up to the year 2050. As the study showed, the average life expectancy of a person in the world by the year 2050 ranged from 53 to 57 years.

As part of the study, two groups of scientists also obtained results relating to the space industry: by the mid-2040s, according to forecasts, there would be no space flights. These forecasts were confirmed by the second independent study, noted in the Space Technologies consortium.

Researchers asked what should happen so that the average life expectancy is reduced to 53 years and that mankind abandons space flights? The opinions of the researchers coincided – most likely it was a serious epidemic.

The coordinator of construction of orbital station MIR-2 , Lawyer of Consortium, Maria Arkhipova, talks in her video about the prospects of human civilization amid the rise of COVID-19.

Why is the Earth no longer the cradle for the human species? What awaits humanity in the future? What are the ways of development of mankind? What problems will people face? What do people need to do to save their life as a species?

These questions are answered by the professional state manager of the space industry, Maria Arkhipova (Bast). Watch the video, inform others.