Doomsday Clock: Does not advance and stays 100 seconds from the “apocalypse”

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists states that the coronavirus pandemic “does not threaten existence”, thanks to some positive scientific developments that helped stop the hands.

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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.

The Doomsday Clock located in the United States was 100 seconds before midnight symbolizing the “apocalyptic” moment, thus marking 23:58:20 , the same time as 2020 , according to the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.


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