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Watts suggests two possible outcomes. First, the supernovae could be contributing to global warming. I think that’s very unlikely. Second, global warming is causing the stars to flame out. This will annoy the aliens who will be forced to wipe out humanity to save the universe.
Watts goes on to quote Dr Rob Soria of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research:
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