Created in 1947, the clock moved to 100 seconds to midnight in January of last year — the closest to midnight it has been in its history.
Most Indians will not be ruining their breakfasts over the US-North Korea impasse because we feel it does not really concern us. There is an irony here: Washington’s policy has always been to project India and Pakistan as the two nuclear powers likely to move the Doomsday Clock to midnight and usher in armageddon.
Scientists here have announced that the world is rushing towards the doomsday, partly because of the "words and actions" of US President Donald Trump.
The Bulletin for Atomic Scientists (they actually have one) has said the Doomsday clock is only three minutes from midnight — the closest it has been these past 20 years to global oblivion.
Nuclear threats and climate change pose strong threats to the planet and a symbolic 'doomsday' clock will stay at three minutes to midnight, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists said.