Bob Geldof: Warming to cause human extinction by 2030

The Daily Star reports:

The musician-turned-activist reckons the world will end in 2030 – leading to the extinction of humankind.

Sir Bob, 61, based his miserable prediction on the effects of climate change.

“The world can decide in a fit of madness to kill itself,” he told a group of youngsters at a summit in Johannesburg, South Africa.

“We may not get to 2030. We need to address the problem of climate change urgently”

The former Boomtown Rats singer also warned “the next war will not be a World War One or a World War Two, it will be the end.”

He added: “We may not get to 2030. We need to address the problem of climate change urgently.”

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19 thoughts on “Bob Geldof: Warming to cause human extinction by 2030”

  1. “The world can decide in a fit of madness to kill itself….We may not get to 2030.”

    Is he talking about Iran’s nukes, N Koreas….or both?

  2. Coming from such a noted scientist, this is scary stuff!!!

    He isn’t a scientist, he is a singer???

    Never mind.

  3. Oh, Old Bob will be something like 78 in 2030, a very likely age these days. But people will be too forgetful or too considerate to point out on his birthday in 2030 that the world is still rolling along.

  4. Me thinks he has done way too many drugs, and lived through the experience. Unfortunately for him his cognitive thinking processes did not.

  5. He still alive?! Why is it a mechanical engineer with a masters degree in physics is “unqualified” to talk about climate but a guy famous (using the word loosely) for butchering a Roger Waters impersonation and ripping off the Doctor Who theme for charity is someone the world should stop and listen to.

  6. Verily, it shall come to pass: Old Bob will be dead before 2030, so the world for him will certainly end.

  7. Of what climate change doth he speak? The natural cycles that come and go? There is no evidence of climate change out of the ordinary no matter what climate terrorists claim.

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