Source: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists ~ ANALYSIS ~
19 JANUARY 2015
Editor’s note: Founded in 1945 by University of Chicago scientists who had helped develop the first atomic weapons in the Manhattan Project, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists created the Doomsday Clock two years later, using the imagery of apocalypse (midnight) and the contemporary idiom of nuclear explosion (countdown to zero) to convey threats to humanity and the planet. The decision to move (or to leave in place) the minute hand of the Doomsday Clock is made every year by the Bulletin‘s Science and Security Board in consultation with its Board of Sponsors, which includes 17 Nobel laureates. The Clock has become a universally recognized indicator of the world’s vulnerability to catastrophe from nuclear weapons, climate change, andNEW TECHNOLOGIES emerging in other domains. Complete Article
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists :Doomsday Dashboard
SOME OF WHAT WE CONSIDER, WHEN WE SET THE DOOMSDAY CLOCK.
Just When You Thought It was Safe, just when you thought we all dodged the bullet, that the Mayan calendar was wrong, or the interpretation of it was wrong, that the end of the world as we know it had somehow been forestalled… well, not exactly.
I’m old enough to remember (and young enough to still remember) 9/11, Y2K, H1N1, Vietnam, Haiti, Mogadishu, the Achille Lauro, the 72 Olympics, the 1963 Missile Crisis, Bopal, India, Jim Jones, Heaven’s Gate, H-Bomb tests, lighting off the Large Hadron Collider. I even remember my dad explaining to me when I was four why it was a dangerous thing for the Soviet Union to have both A-Bombs and Sputnik. It managed to frighten three generations of Americans into trusting their government over all else.
I watched as Saddam burned the oil fields of Kuwait and all the doomsday pundits predicted the smoke would cause a famine in India. Instead, India had a bumper crop. The oil smoke probably did far less long term environmental damage than the depleted uranium rounds used to pulverize Saddam’s Republican Guard.
Smoke and ash from coal is going to kill off all living things by the end of the century. An asteroid is going to kill off all living things in 2036. A nuclear winter is going to kill off all living things any day now. Ebola, swine Flu, Anthrax, tainted foods, lead paint, fracking, drilling, blasting, cigarettes, Twinkies. Well, we all have to go sometime from something, but I don’t think we’re all gonna go at the SAME time from the SAME thing (although the asteroid thing is a doozie).
However, that still leaves a lot of room for the “as we know it” part. Read more
It is now time to start a research archive for some of the rumored upcoming evens that, if true, could be the end of our civilization as we know it. As I have said many times before, I do not believe that the Mayan’s were predicting an “end of the world”. I will get into that with another report.
I do believe that its possible the Mayan’s saw something coming in the far-distant future of A.D 2012. What they saw gave them the date as to what would be the ending date to carve into the famous stone calendar. The logical answer as to why the calendar has an end-use date is not because man would no longer be around to read it, but because the Mayans would no longer need it. We always look to the logical answer first. That is the only logical answer unless it truly is the End Times. That … or the stone mason just ran out of space.
It being the end times is hardly probable for several reasons, the discussion of which is not the subject of this posting. Besides if it is “End Times” then this research, website, you, and I will just be very small part of the Nil factor.in our quest. So for now, lets move on while we have time.
The first question we must ask: “Why would they not need the calendar any longer? Once we understand the use of the calender that question can be answered with one sentence: “In order to follow a calendar you must have a way of referencing and separating the dates. We use the circling of the sun to measure day and night. But what if you lived underground? A calendar as a way to keep time is impossible to use in the inner realms. . . Research continues, stay tuned.
Conspiracy One Way or the Other
This first video file added to the Department comes to us from Russian TV and is perfect for starting our archives. Not only does it confirm that others in other places are looking at the same mysterious things those of us in the U.S. are studying, but it very clearly defines the connections between our TWO subjects of study in this NEW Department which are;
(1) The coming Mayan Calender date 12/21/12.
(2) The long discussed coming of Planet X AKA the rogue bully planet Nibiru. Somewhere in here is a conspiracy. I can feel it in my guts. We just gotta figure it out. . . . Dennis
Need your help on this one. Please submit your comments on these subjects. This is an open and ongoing research project here at THEI and will continue to be so your thoughts and will continue to be … well, until December 21,2012 anyway. But don’t put off your Christmas shopping to see if the world is going to end. In fact, you can just go ahead and send mine early. . . EDITOR
from youtube INSIDERS SECRET BONUS. Re-leave the tension of the coming planet X – watch the 1951 classic movie, When Worlds Collide in brilliant Technicolor and in its entirety (1hr 18-almost-19mins) and best of all … FREE!Right here, right now here on THEI.
Did you like the movie? Wanna know more.
Read the excellent (far better than the movie) original and the two other great books in the trilogy. All three available from Amazon right here. Help us stay on the internet, buy books from this site. Thanks. . . EDITOR
“I consider this set of apocalyptic novels (I’ve read the first two and the third is the next book on my fiction list) to be the best ever written on the subject. In fact if I find a copy in any used book store of either book I automatically buy it and give it to the next person I meet who shows interest. And these are the only books I do that with. I think they are just that good of a read”. . . Dennis Crenshaw