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Originally intended to warn of the threat of nuclear Armageddon, the Doomsday Clock also takes into account the likelihood of other emerging threats such as climate change and advances in biotechnology and artificial intelligence.
Scientists blamed a cocktail of threats, ranging from dangerous political rhetoric to the potential of a nuclear threat, as the catalysts for moving the clock closer toward doomsday, according to the CNN.
As of Thursday the Doomsday Clock is now 2 minute to midnight.
Andy Franzkowiak, director of Shrinking Space, said: "Project Doomsday is a raucous affair, where everyone is the hero, including you
With this analysis, The New York Times adds another authoritative stamp to the broad thinking that ISIS is best understood as an apocalyptic doomsday cult.
But the integration of an abandoned governmental doomsday facility and Poe's Red Death boosts flagging tension in the back half.
It was like a scene from a doomsday movie, and people seemed to be running mindlessly.
This is why every family should have HAGA's emergency seed kit to secure their doomsday food supply.
The bulletin has included climate change in its doomsday clock since 2007.
In 2011 Playbox Theatre began an exploratory project re-exploring the Medieval Mystery Plays, telling the story of the world from creation to doomsday in a contemporary staging.
House Republicans have put the country on a doomsday path toward financial default.
We had a simple idea about shedding light on doomsday as a new concept that no one has approached through theatre before," said producer and general co-ordinator Mohsin Al Sti.