How to Save The World?

Read the World Change Proposal

Is Saving Ourselves Possible?

Or avoiding another mass extinction event

The Doomsday Clock was created in 1947 to represent how close we are to a global catastrophe. It’s maintained by the members of The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ Science and Security Board.

The group of scientists, including 16 Nobel Laureates, announced this morning that we have moved dangerously close to all-out disaster. The Clock’s recent advance to two and a half minutes means that scientists and experts agree that we are teetering on the brink of societal collapse or an apocalyptic scale nuclear war, which symbolically occurs at midnight on their scale.

In the years since the Clock was created we have only been this close to midnight once, in 1953 when the

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Our Environment

What sustains us

We must think of our environment in a wide range of scales. In the broader perspective we have the entirety of our universe or possibly universes coming down to our immediate solar system. When we see this in scale, our solar system is a tiny speck in a much greater whole.

Then when we see our planet we call Earth in context of our solar system, again it is a small speck in relation to the whole and then we look at ourselves and in some ways we are the most insignificant creatures in this universe.

When we think about the other life forms that we share this planet with, this consider ants, those tiny little creatures

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