March 25, 2023

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The doomsday clock is ticking and humanity is nearing the end of the world

have you heard Doomsday Clock? It is an instrument created to symbolize the end of mankind’s time on earth. Last Tuesday (25), the hands fell close to midnight, indicating the closest time to the end.

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Clock hands moved from 100 to 90 seconds towards 00:00. The reason for this acceleration may be related to the war in Ukraine, according to a press release issued by nuclear scientists. In addition, nuclear tensions and the global climate crisis are likely to affect the lives of humanity.

The clock that marks the end of mankind “has run out.”

“We live in a time of unprecedented danger, and the Doomsday Clock reflects that reality. The 90 seconds to midnight clock is too close to midnight, a decision our experts do not take lightly,” Bulletin President and CEO Rachel Bronson commented in a statement.

Supporters and sponsors of this initiative include 10 Nobel Prize winners and many others Scientists. They make decisions that include moving the hands of the doomsday clock to signal the approaching end of humanity.

The closest the pointers came to midnight was 100 seconds, three years ago, in January 2020. The situation has worsened and nuclear tensions show that humanity is approaching a great danger.

A planet in peril

“War Russia It has raised deeper questions about how states interact against Ukraine, undermining international norms of behavior that underpin successful responses to various global risks. Worst of all, Russia’s thinly veiled threats to use nuclear weapons remind the world that escalating conflict — by accident, intent, or miscalculation — is a terrible risk.

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Climate crisis and biological threats such as the coronavirus have also contributed to the migration of mice.

The Doomsday Clock was created in 1947, just after World War II, at 7 minutes to midnight. The clock was 17 minutes away from the last time the battle ended.