The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists announced that they had moved the Doomsday Clock to 90 seconds to midnight, the closest it has ever been. As the world continues to spiral out of control, the likelihood of a global catastrophe is closer than ever before.

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The possibility of a nuclear attack is not only terrifying but is edging towards a harsh reality. If you take into account the conflicts in Ukraine and Israel and the deepening threat of climate change, our planet continues to deteriorate to the point of no return.

Will our world leaders come together to construct a comprehensive plan to save our planet? It may not be in our lifetime, but I do fear for my grandkids and their children. The website 247wallst.com recently published an article titled, 'What a Nuclear Attack Would Do to the World's Major Cities' and it's horrifying.

Daily Mail came out with a list of cities that are likely targets for a nuclear attack, and one is only an hour from Danbury. Take a look:

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