Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Tick, tick, tick...
Edwin Lyman, a physicist at the Union of Concerned Scientists, was one of 30 U.S.-based scientists scheduled to speak at
Guess which countries boycotted negotiations to ban nuclear weapons.
On Monday, a quixotic and necessary conference kicked off at the United Nations.
What a strange game this president is playing. Fervid belief in this exceptionalism is the foundation of Trump's support
Time's almost up.
American citizens face an enormous responsibility right at home. The undermining of functioning democracy is one of the contributions of the neoliberal assault on the world's population in the past generation. In Europe, the impact may be even worse.
The bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki have not produced eternal peace. Instead they opened a Pandora's box that can never be fully locked back up.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists created the clock in 1947 to use "the imagery of apocalypse (midnight) and the contemporary