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Doomsday Clock

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The main factors influencing the Doomsday Clock are nuclear risk and climate change; the Bulletin’s Science and Security Board monitors new developments in the life sciences and technology that could inflict irrevocable harm to humanity. The Clock’s original setting in 1947 was seven minutes to midnight—midnight being the hypothetical global catastrophe. It has since been set backwards eight times and forwards 16 times for a total of 24 times, the farthest from midnight being 17 minutes in 1991 and the nearest being 100 seconds in 2020. The clock’s setting was left unchanged in both 2021 and 2022.

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Illegal Names
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Alain Robert
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Spaghettification
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Pseudocreobotra Wahlbergii
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Icy blast in Sahara
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Decimal Time Systems
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Forensic Engineering
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Shi Pei Pu
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Lowdown Da Sinista

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