Conspiracy that hit headlines was based on a series of now-deleted tweets.
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists will reveal the clock hands' current position on Thursday. In 2019, they were at two minutes before midnight.
The 1995 chemical attack killed 13 people on the Tokyo subway.
"He has, in my opinion, cloaked himself in the robes of religious freedom when, in reality, under the robes, he is just a pedophile."
The man has spent two decades turning his suburban home into a fortress where he can wait out a nuclear winter.
Nuclear disaster isn't the only event that experts fear.
At this time last year, they said it was two and a half minutes to midnight.
It'd only take a few years until just one person was left.
He says researchers were killed because they knew about Planet X.
Here's what will happen when the world ends. Apparently.
The Plutocene would be characterised by extremely high global temperatures, leading to "mega-cyclones, mega-floods and super-tropical terrestrial environments."
Doomsday predictions are nothing new and will likely continue until one comes true. Here's why.
Doomsday predictors may think that the tomorrow, September 23, marks the beginning of the end, but scientists have other views.
From space stations to "frozen zoos" storing embryos, eggs, sperm and the DNA of endangered animals—the movement to create our backup ready for humanity version 2.0 has already begun.
The "clock" is now at two and a half minutes to midnight, 30 seconds closer than in 2016.
Dabiq figures prominently in ISIS propaganda as the site of a future battle between Muslims and infidels that will presage doomsday.
The disgraced televangelist is again warning his flock that end times are nigh, so they'd better send him a check, pronto.
The clock measures how close humanity is to imminent disaster.
Wonder Woman and Lex Luthor join the fight.
The Svalbard vault contains seeds from almost every type of crop in the world.