What’s twisting our antenna,
January 10, 2012?
The Doomsday Clock, a relic of the Cold War nuclear arms race is still ticking, and today it will move forward or backward.
Today the Doomsday Clock rests at six minutes to midnight. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists will announce it’s decision in Washington, D.C. this afternoon. The B.A.S. board of directors includes 18 Nobel laureates among its experts.
“We do not advise Americans that doomsday is near and that they can expect atomic bombs to start falling on their heads a month or year from now.” www.thebulletin.org/content/doomsday–clock/timeline
Hmm, maybe two years? The farthest the clock has been from midnight was 11:43 when the U.S.A. and Soviets signed the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty in 1991.
Nuclear weapons have been a great deterrent, but we have places like North Korea, Pakistan and Iran who are in development. Would they be willing to sell them to terrorists like the Tali-ban?
In the late 60’s we recall standing in line for our Polio shots along the halls of elementary school. On the walls were the atomic symbol that the school was a bomb shelter. Today, the drills to put our heads under the desk to cover our head drills seem most asinine. So too does getting the Polio shot, which the U.S. government claims to have millions of doses in storage- somewhere.
Maybe worse than selling a nuke is the prospect of securing a nuclear weapons site and keeping track of fuel rods.
Lana Sator sneaked into a Russian Rocket Factory and takes pictures and posts to LiveJournal. http://lana-sator.livejournal.com/160176.html#cutid1
NPO Energomash Academician VP Glushko, is a leading company in the world to develop powerful liquid rocket engines. You would think there would be some kind of security.
Their engines power the modern Soyuz, the Zenit 3SL, and the Angara and Baikal launch vehicles. Heck, their RD-180 engine powers the first stage of the Atlas V, an American rocket. More importantly, they have specially strong ties to the Russian military.
And yet, she found nobody. No guards, no security. Nothing. Just a few CCTV cameras here and there in rooms packed with huge machinery. http://gizmodo.com/5873441/this-girl-sneaked-into-this-russian-military-rocket-factory
If a girl can just walk about a working factory unnoticed, imagine what a terrorist could have done? Is it plausible that the lack of security was related to the doomed Phobos Grunt mission?
We’d venture to say the factory has since beefed up its security. Wonder where she will attempt to visit next. CERN, HAARP, EISCAT, Chernobyl…?
Whatever happens to the clock, time marches on. Right? Just ask the Mayan people.
UPDATED. The Doomsday Clock has been moved 1 minute closer to midnight!
That represents a symbolic step closer to doomsday, a change from the clock’s previous mark of six minutes to midnight, set in January 2010.
The clock is a symbol of the threat of humanity’s imminent destruction from nuclear or biological weapons, climate change and other human-caused disasters. In making their deliberations about how to update the clock’s time, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists focused on the current state of nuclear arsenals around the globe, disastrous events such as the Fukushima nuclear meltdown, and biosecurity issues such as the creation of an airborne H5N1 flu strain. via http://www.space.com/14194-doomsday-clock-2011-apocalypse.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+spaceheadlines+%28SPACE.com+Headline+Feed%29
Stay tuned and have a good day; one day it will be your last. God Bless.
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