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Our latest Nuclear Notebook: Worldwide Deployment of Nuclear Weapons, 2014

Our latest Nuclear Notebook: Worldwide Deployment of Nuclear Weapons, 2014

F3 - Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Washington, 22 Jan, 2015: Press release: It is now 3 minutes to midnight...CLIMATE CHANGE AND NUCLEAR TENSIONS PUSH DOOMSDAY CLOCK HANDS FORWARD. “Extraordinary and Undeniable” Climate, Weapons Threats Cited for Movement; Doomsday Clock Adjustment is 1st in 3 Years and is Accompanied by Urgent Call for Action.

F3 - Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Washington, 22 Jan, 2015: Press release: It is now 3 minutes to midnight...CLIMATE CHANGE AND NUCLEAR TENSIONS PUSH DOOMSDAY CLOCK HANDS FORWARD. “Extraordinary and Undeniable” Climate, Weapons Threats Cited for Movement; Doomsday Clock Adjustment is 1st in 3 Years and is Accompanied by Urgent Call for Action.

B1 - The Economist, 7 March, 2015: Nuclear weapons: The unkicked addiction - Despite optimistic attempts to rid the world of nuclear weapons, the threat they pose to peace is growing.

B1 - The Economist, 7 March, 2015: Nuclear weapons: The unkicked addiction - Despite optimistic attempts to rid the world of nuclear weapons, the threat they pose to peace is growing.

On January 22nd, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists will announce whether the hand on the iconic Doomsday Clock will move closer to midnight. The Doomsday Clock has been at 5 minutes to midnight since 2012. The Bulletin's Science and Security Board looks at climate change, nuclear weapons, and emerging technologies to determine how close humanity is to destroying itself, and sets the Clock accordingly. Watch the event live at the Bulletin on Thursday, January 22nd, 11 am EST.

On January 22nd, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists will announce whether the hand on the iconic Doomsday Clock will move closer to midnight. The Doomsday Clock has been at 5 minutes to midnight since 2012. The Bulletin's Science and Security Board looks at climate change, nuclear weapons, and emerging technologies to determine how close humanity is to destroying itself, and sets the Clock accordingly. Watch the event live at the Bulletin on Thursday, January 22nd, 11 am EST.

Our new Nuclear Notebook Interactive is a terrific way to see at a glance who has nuclear weapons, when they got them, and how those numbers relate to each other,.

Our new Nuclear Notebook Interactive is a terrific way to see at a glance who has nuclear weapons, when they got them, and how those numbers relate to each other,.

If you are attending the NPT Review Conference, be sure to catch our executive director, Rachel Bronson, at this side event. Our columnist Seth Baum will also be on the panel.

If you are attending the NPT Review Conference, be sure to catch our executive director, Rachel Bronson, at this side event. Our columnist Seth Baum will also be on the panel.

Syria in One Week: Part 2 - Will Assad Hand Over his Nation's Chemical Weapons?  http://aparalleltoohighbh.blogspot.ca/2013/09/syria-in-one-week-part-2-will-assad.html

Syria in One Week: Part 2 - Will Assad Hand Over his Nation's Chemical Weapons? http://aparalleltoohighbh.blogspot.ca/2013/09/syria-in-one-week-part-2-will-assad.html

Humanity keeps discovering brilliant new ways to destroy itself - Quartz

Humanity keeps discovering brilliant new ways to destroy itself

Humanity keeps discovering brilliant new ways to destroy itself - Quartz

Beer-Tapping Physics: Why A Hit To A Bottle Makes an Mushroom-type Explosion : NPR

Beer-Tapping Physics: Why A Hit To A Bottle Makes A Foam Volcano

Beer-Tapping Physics: Why A Hit To A Bottle Makes an Mushroom-type Explosion : NPR

The Doomsday Clock remains at five minutes to midnight. Our Science and Security Board explains why in this letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, and what leadership must do: http://thebulletin.org/five-minutes-too-close

The Doomsday Clock remains at five minutes to midnight. Our Science and Security Board explains why in this letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, and what leadership must do: http://thebulletin.org/five-minutes-too-close

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