Trump, Nukes and Twitter: A Potentially Lethal Combination

Cesar Jaramillo Featured

Tick, tock: the Doomsday clock measured by The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists has moved 30 seconds closer to midnight (meaning: global catastrophe) — from three minutes to two minutes, 30 seconds. Not since the 1950s has midnight been so close. Why the move? Scientists point to the growing threat to humanity posed by nuclear weapons, including a potentially lethal Trump-nukes-Twitter …

The Doomsday Clock Moves Two Minutes Closer to Midnight

Tasneem Jamal

Author Ernie Regehr The Ploughshares Monitor Spring 2007 Volume 28 Issue 1 In February 2007 the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists announced that, on the advice of an impressive gathering of world-renowned analysts and scientists, the Bulletin’s famous doomsday clock minute hand was to be moved two minutes closer to midnight, from 11:53 to 11:55.1 The clock, established in 1947, only …