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    • When it was conceived in 1947, the Doomsday Clock – a symbol for the likelihood a man-made catastrophe will destroy humanity – was set to seven minutes to midnight.  Since then it has moved forward and back 23 times, but for the past four years it has hovered beneath two minutes, as the world settles into what the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists calls a “new abnormal”. from Arion McNicoll, Editor, TheWeek.co.uk @TheWeekUK from Arion McNicoll, Editor, TheWeek.co.uk @TheWeekUK         Doomsday Clock 2020 World ‘100 seconds from annihilation’ The situation facing the world today is “profoundly unstable” as the threat of nuclear conflict, climate change and cyber-based disinformation push it to the brink of catastrophe, a panel of distinguished scientists and former officials has warned. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists announced its symbolic ‘Doomsday Clock’ has moved forward to 100 seconds to midnight, which symbolises the end of the world. Up 30 seconds from last year, it is the closest to annihilation that the panel has judged the world to be at any point since its creation in 1947, at the outset of the Cold War. In 1991, when the Cold War ended the clock was set to 17 minutes to midnight. READ MORE ▸
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