- n. Plural form of doomster.
“Pouring scorn on the "doomsters", she questioned the main scientific assumptions used to drive the scare, from the conviction that the chief force shaping world climate is CO2, rather than natural factors such as solar activity, to exaggerated claims about rising sea levels.”
“He once authored a book (Ecoscience [sic]) with doomsters Paul Ehrlich and his wife.”
“By this silly logic the eco-doomsters should be worried about the death of the Sun, after all its life is finite, eh?”
“Keep trying and by process of elimination eventually you'll come around to the explanation that drives all the eco-doomsters mad.”
“Or is it only the Club of Rome and various eco-doomsters who are immune to new knowledge, and perhaps they are projecting?”
“None of this is any surprise to chip and related capital equipment investors who got back in two winters ago, defying the gloom and doomsters of perpetual recession and new global depression.”
“The euro-zone crisis is far from over — and European leaders need to work fast to prove the doomsters wrong.”
“Also - and this is a point I would make to some of the population doomsters - the Malthusian argument that we are about to run out of resources, or destroy the planet, etc, has been repeatedly falsified.”
“I was enjoying an episode of "Coast" the other day - until the inevitable Global Warnming doomsters came on, pushing their agenda at every opportunity.”
“What I set out to do in those posts was historicize the doomsters.”
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