Doomsday Clock: A Look Back

Past evaluations of how close we are to the end of the world.
0:52 | 01/26/16

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Unless things change unless the arms race is reversed them and we're heading toward this midnight. From which there can be no everything we do want to say that we are in immediate and terrible danger. Midnight. Are. All of us therefore we moved the clock back warm and it's a good night for ten minutes for. When the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty is signed. Destruction of warheads begins we shall surely revisit this issue. And went nuclear weapons in the hands of two nations. India and Pakistan who went through years of conflict between its time to make a major statement that I'm looking at I'd man's supposed to mean there's been no dramatic evidence that there's going to be continued reduction in nuclear weapons. From.

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