La directiva del Boletín de Científicos Atómicos ha puesto hoy en hora el Reloj del Apocalipsis. Se mantiene la de 2015, las 23:57. En otras palabras, siguen faltando tres minutos para la destrucción total de la humanidad.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists announced today that the Doomsday Clock, which represents our proximity to an apocalyptic event, will remain at three minutes to midnight. But that’s still terrifying.
Según reporta el Washington Post, el pasado 26 de marzo murió Martyl Langsdorf, la diseñadora encargada de crear el Reloj del Apocalipsis.
Back in January 2010, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists announced that they were moving their "Doomsday Clock" from five to six minutes to midnight, a sign of cautious optimism and renewed hope for Earth's nuclear safety.
The Doomsday Clock, a metaphoric measure of the threat posed by nuclear weapons, biotechnology, and climate change, has been moved back one minute, to six minutes before midnight, signaling a more "hopeful state of world affairs."
Here's another spin on that countdown clock idea, but this one takes more of a Hollywood movie star approach. Decide your goal from among the few printed strips of paper included (or go ahead and make your own), slide that goal into the slot on the front of this clock, enter the day and year of your big special…