doomsday clock

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Explaining the Doomsday Clock

The Doomsday Clock was made in 1947, by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, a group of specialists keen on raising public awareness about the dangers of nuclear proliferation.
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In a world where geopolitical tensions and technological advancements often teeter on the brink of catastrophe, there exists a symbolic timepiece that captures the collective anxiety of humanity—the “Doomsday Clock.” Let’s delve into the origins, mechanics, and significance of the Doomsday Clock.

The clock made its debut in 1947, a product of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, a group of experts who sought to raise awareness about the perils of nuclear proliferation.

Conceived by scientists who had contributed to the Manhattan Project, the clock was initially a simple graphic on the cover of the Bulletin’s magazine. Its purpose was clear: to depict how close humanity stood to global catastrophe, primarily through the lens of nuclear war.

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