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The Watch Timeline says it is almost the end of the world as we know it. (And that's not good.)



This is according to the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, who gave his annual performance to the court clock on Thursday.

A group of scientists and scientists, including 15 Nobel laureates, set the clock at 11:58. – two minutes before the symbolic apocalyptic midnight

The minute hand did not move from last year. But 11:58

"The fact that the hands of the court clock have not changed is a bad news," says Robert Rosner, chairman of the Bulletin Science and Security Council

Why are we so near destruction? Nuclear weapons and climate change, experts say. "In the nuclear sphere, the United States has abandoned the nuclear deal with Iran and announced it will withdraw from the Nuclear Force Treaty (INF), a serious step towards a complete dismantling of the global arms control process," the

The execution of the Judgment Clock is a full-time job. "The Iran Agreement is not perfect, but serves the interests of the international community to reduce the proliferation of nuclear weapons. "As for climate change," global carbon dioxide emissions – which looked like a plateau earlier this decade – resumed the rise in 2017 and 2018, "the Bulletin said. 19659006] Climate change is the greatest risk to business (and the world)

"To stop the worst effects of climate change, countries around the world should reduce net carbon dioxide emissions in the world to zero before the end of

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Scientists persuaded President Donald Trump's statement to emerge from the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015 "Global Compact for tackling climate change.

The Watchtower did not always speak of doom and gloom since it was first introduced in 1940.

In 1991, it was put in a huge 17 minutes before midnight.

But before the clock was at 11:58 am, both in 2018 and 2019, the last time the world was thought to be so close to destruction was in 1953 when the United States and The Soviet Union was in a nuclear arms race.


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