Doomsday clock

The Doomsday Clock in 2023 has reached its lowest point and thus closest to the fateful ‘X hour’, i.e. the tipping point beyond which humanity will be unable to avoid an atomic catastrophe. However symbolic this deadline may be, the fact that the clock has reached its lowest point is a tangible sign of the distrust of the overwhelming majority of scientists as to the possibility of finding, at a political level, shared and coherent answers to the serious problems afflicting humanity and the planet.

The assessment of the state of things and the decision to adjust the indicator called Doomsday Clock accordingly is taken each year by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, an institution that today also includes 14 Nobel prizes and that since 1945 has been fighting for nuclear disarmament. Moreover, in addition to the issue of ongoing conflicts, in recent years the consortium of scientists has been keen to take into account another horseman of the apocalypse: climate change.

At the time of its creation, during the Cold War, the clock was set at 23:53, seven minutes before midnight; since then, the hands have been moved 23 times. The maximum proximity to midnight was reached in 2023, with just 90 seconds. Previously, the minimum distance had been 100 seconds, reached in 2020; the maximum distance was 17 minutes, between 1991 and 1995.

The announced nuclear danger justifies the interest of the extraterrestrials for the nuclear sites (see the article and the video: UFO and military), and they confirm the biblical thesis of the “THE END OF THE AGE” announced and clearly described on the Gospels and validated in UFO terms on our essay.

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