Doomsday Clock: The world is on the verge of destruction, only 90 seconds left; Know the prediction of doomsday clock

Doomsday Clock: The doomsday clock has made a big prediction about time. The ‘doomsday clock’, which symbolically tells when the world will end, has decreased by 10 seconds for the first time. Now the discussion has started again that the world is near destruction. The reason for this is the time of doomsday. According to ...
 

Doomsday Clock: The doomsday clock has made a big prediction about time. The ‘doomsday clock’, which symbolically tells when the world will end, has decreased by 10 seconds for the first time. Now the discussion has started again that the world is near destruction. The reason for this is the time of doomsday. According to that clock, now only 90 seconds are left for the destruction of the world. This has increased the concern of many people around the world.

Time changed after three years

Rumors of the end of the world have been circulating from time to time. Scientists have told that in the background of Ukraine-Russia war, Corona epidemic (Corona crisis) etc., the time in ‘Doomsday Clock’ has been reduced by 10 seconds. For the first time the world has come so close to destruction. Three years ago the clock stopped at 100 seconds. However, due to the war in Ukraine and Russia, the end of the world is now only 90 seconds away on Earth according to the clock. This worries many people around the world.

Nuclear weapons and climate change hit hard

The world is currently facing things like the corona virus pandemic, nuclear war and climate change. The hands of a clock are 90 seconds away from midnight. These forks close before midnight. The countries of the world are not ready to deal with crises like nuclear weapons and climate change. Because the use of nuclear weapons can have a big impact on the countries of the world.

When was the clock made?

This clock was made in 1947 by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Group. It is a non-profit group started in 1945 by scientist Albert Einstein and students of the University of Chicago. Its board members include 13 Nobel laureates. This clock tells how far the earth is from these terrible events. It also provides information about when nuclear and climate change threats will affect the world. This clock was made in 1945 after the attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This clock tells the time of destruction of the world. This clock is extended or shortened depending on the severity of man-made disasters such as nuclear attacks. The Doomsday Clock is a symbolic clock. In 1991 the world was 17 minutes away from destruction. Now after 32 years only 90 seconds are left.

 

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