From my opinion, the human race will not die, considering that we are almost 7 billion people and every day more humans are born then they increase rate is the same and there are more of us coming. However, if you consider the environment that we live in and how corrupted it is then maybe we might get extinct. If you look on both sides there are possibilities that only science can answer and deny...
No one can predict this for certainty aside from the fact that, near as we can tell, entropy is relatively absolute for all purposes that matter to people. Barring the ability to reverse entropy, humans will likely die out within a timeframe at most measured in billions of years.
Obviously, no species can live forever. Saying otherwise is absurd.
"The human race" refers to the species Homo sapiens that will NOT be able to NOT evolve for more than 10-100 million years.
After this point, maybe humans will still be exploring the Universe, or be settled for a while. But this people will not be part of the human race as we know it.
of course, probably just before we finish a project we have dedicated our lives to. Say, sending a seed spaceship of into the void;
If we don't figure out how to leave earth when she'll be to close to the sun, maybe she'll last longer, but keep in mind nothing is eternal.
It is my understanding that the distance between Earth and the Sun is increasing rather than decreasing (by 15 cm or 1.5 cm a year).
I'm not panicking at all.
Actually u have to more exacte if evolving does not count as humanatys extinction then we will continue on forever but if it does count then we will surely be gone soon( masured on a universal scale)