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Doomsday infographic

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If online magazine Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is to be believed, the end is more nigh than ever. Their Doomsday Clock project tracks how close we are to a possible apocalypse, taking into account factors such as nuclear proliferation and global warming.

Here’s how humankind has been doing since 1947. Read more about the Doomsday Clock here.

This infographic was published in DG #18. Buy the issue in our shop.

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