There are two minutes again, and we shall soon to do anything, if we are to end up with to transform the globe into a nuclear wasteland.
It warns the scientists of the organisation the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
It is the organization that has made the so-called dommedagsur. The scientists move the hands, depending on the global threat.
Right now is at two minutes to 12, that is, two minutes in the day of judgment.
the Scientists gather annually to discuss how close the world is at a atomragnarok.
They have just had a meeting and they have decided not to move the hands. Last year, we were also two minutes away from disaster.
It does not mean, however, that we are to turn the tide for the better.
the Group says that the two minutes represent a "second abnormality", which means that the risk of a devastating nuclear war is very high.
- We are almost like the travelers in "Titanic". We do not see the iceberg in front of us, while we enjoy eating and listening to music, says California's former governor Jerry Brown, who is in the group.
Rachel Bronson is the chairman of the group. She says according to AFP news agency, that there are more threats than nuclear war, and mentions climate change, informationskrig and "fake news".
This is some of the ingredients in the "new abnormality".
Robert Rosner, professor in astronomy and astrophysics at the University of Chicago, said at a press conference in Washington that "it is a worrying reality that things are not getting better".
- The fact that dommedagsuret does not move, is really bad news, he says.
the Clock was made in 1947. Since then, the hands moved 20 times.
When they were furthest from ragnarok, they showed 17 minutes of 12. It was in 1991, when the communist eastern bloc had collapsed, and the cold war was over.
The worst periods was in 1953 and then again in 2018, and in the year in which the viewer stands on two minutes in the farewell to it all.