Sir Bob’s Prediction Will be More Accurate than Almost Anything Else You Will See Reported by the Mainstream Media Concerning Global Warming
source: The Daily Star http://www.dailystar.co.uk/
Sir Bob Geldof: 'All humans will die before 2030'
SIR BOB GELDOF has declared we ALL have less than 17 years to live.
Published 6th October 2013Sir Bob Geldof based his miserable prediction on the effects of climate change
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”
Sir Bob Geldof
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."
The only thing that I know about the Boomtown Rats is that their same albums were always in the cutout section of my favorite record store, back in the stone age, when they had record stores. It seemed like I’d always come across them during my futile searches through the close out rack, trying to find that one in a million record that I was familiar with, and considered worth the two dollar cost. The Boomtown Rats’ albums never met either of those criteria for me or apparently, anyone else.
However, you shouldn’t laugh at Sir Bob’s prediction for two reasons. First of all, he made it onto the Drudge Report. Has anything you ever wrote or said made it onto the Drudge Report? I didn’t think so. If anything I ever wrote, made it onto the Drudge Report, I would consider that to be the crowning moment of my success.
Secondly, he made what could turn out to be the most accurate prediction that any global warming alarmist ever made. Consider this; According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2009 about 8% of the worlds population was over 65. By 2030, the vast majority of these people will be dead. Once you throw in all the people who die prematurely, by 2030, nearly a one tenth of everyone living today will be dead. Now that doesn’t take into account any future births, it’s unlikely that any of these deaths could be directly attributed to global warming, but he has basically predicted that everyone living today will be dead in 17 years. If you look at things with a certain cockeyed perspective, I guess that you could say that he will be 10% correct.
Compare the potential accuracy of Bob’s prediction to any of Al Gore’s, or any of the NASA scientists with their computer models, and you got a clear winner. Bob, and all the other goofballs who predict a 100% decrease in human population within 50 years or so, will surely have a greater accuracy than any of the people predicting the rise of the oceans, drowning of polar bears, daily hurricanes, increased incidence of sticky fingers from melting popsicles, etc.