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Doomsday Clock: A Look Back
Past evaluations of how close we are to the end of the world.
Scientists Announce 'Doomsday Clock' Time Showing How Close We Are to the Apocalypse
The minute hand of the " Doomsday Clock ," which indicates how close the world's leading scientists think we are from destroying the planet, remains at "three minutes to midnight," scientists announced in Washington, D.C ., today. Midnight on the clock represents "doomsday." The closer the minute
Pumpkins Get Crazy Faces Thanks to Sculptor
Michael Natiello uses 100,000 pounds of pumpkins in his illuminated art installation.
'Doomsday' Clock Due for an Adjustment?
Not to be confused with biblical prophecy or the Mayan calendar, the so-called Doomsday Clock owes its existence to scientists and engineers, or at least those who’ve been affiliated with the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. The global security and public policy magazine has adjusted...
Mayan Calendar Predicts End of World?
Countdown is to the apocalypse. At least in one. Mexican yes because according to some interpretations of the Mayan calendar the and exactly one year from today. In the town of cool they've just flip the switch on a giant doomsday clock that will stop ticking December 21. 2000 and when he they're
'Doomsday Clock' Moves Away From Midnight but Only by 1 Minute
The world can breathe a sigh of relief today kind of. A group of international scientists this morning announced that they are moving the hands of the symbolic "Doomsday Clock" away from midnight -- or the figurative apocalypse -- but only by one minute. The clock, which is maintained by the
'Doomsday Clock' Changes Today: Are We Closing in on Midnight?
Symbolic Clock Shows How Close Civilization Is to 'Catastrophic Destruction'
'Watchmen' Forgettable After Opening Blast
Long Awaited Comic Book Flick Doesn't Deliver Like 'Spider-Man,' 'Dark Knight'
Can We End the Nuclear Threat?
President Obama's attempt to solve the financial crisis will probably seem like a walk in the park compared with the challenges posed in meeting another one of his promises, to ultimately rid the world of nuclear weapons . And yet, there is a more immediate problem that has virtually dropped off
Tigers' fate is still uncertain
One of the most riveting images in the office of award-winning photographer and lifelong tiger advocate Belinda Wright isn't of the charismatic feline itself, but of its aftermath. Tibetan men are draped in the gleaming pelts — worth nearly $10,000 each on the black market — of a creature wildlife