February 29, 2024

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

Have you heard about Doomsday clock? It is an instrument created to symbolically celebrate the end of humanity’s time on Earth. On the last Tuesday (25th), the hands approached midnight, which symbolizes the nearness of the end.

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The clock has moved from 100 to 90 seconds towards 00:00. The bulletin, issued by Atomic Scientists, said the reason for the acceleration could be related to the war in Ukraine. In addition, there are also nuclear tensions and a global climate crisis that can endanger the lives of humanity.

The hour that marks the end of mankind has passed.

“We live in a time of unprecedented danger, and the Doomsday Clock reflects this reality. 90 seconds to midnight is the closest the clock has ever been set to midnight, and it is a decision our experts do not make lightly.”

Among the supporters and supporters of the initiative are 10 Nobel Prize winners and many more Scientists. They make decisions that involve moving the hands of the Doomsday Clock to indicate the approaching end of humanity.

The closest indication to midnight was the 100-second run, which I walked three years ago, in January 2020. The situation worsened and nuclear tensions showed humanity approaching greater danger.

The planet is in danger

“war Russia Against Ukraine raised profound questions about how countries should interact, eroding the norms of international behavior that underpin successful responses to a variety of global risks. Worst of all, Russia’s veiled threats to use nuclear weapons are reminding the world that escalating conflict — by accident, intent, or miscalculation — is a terrible risk.

The climate crisis and biological threats, such as the coronavirus, have also moved the indicators.

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