At the Green Microgym in Portland, Oregon, users can generate electricity as they burn calories on some of the exercise machines. The human engine runs on calories. A bowl of cereal has about 300 calories, which provides enough energy for an hour's worth of walking. An average bicyclist pedaling at road speed is producing around 75 watts of power. Lance Armstrong supposedly generated 500 watts while climbing hills in the Tour de France.

"Though unchanged from 2018, this setting should be taken not as a sign of stability but as a stark warning to leaders and citizens around the world," Rachel Bronson, The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists (BAS) president and CEO, said in a statement. The Doomsday Clock was originally conceived in 1947 by a cadre of former Manhattan Project physicists, and was meant to symbolically picture how close humans were to nuclear annihilation.

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