Doomsday Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Doomsday Quotes from famous persons: Alistair Cooke, Jeff Carlson, Peter Heller, Hilary Hahn, Farah Khan. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Doomsday Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

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These doomsday warriors look no more like soldiers than the soldiers of the Second World War looked like conquistadors. The more expert they become the more they look like lab assistants in small colleges.
Alistair Cooke
For me, writing post-apocalyptic novels isn’t so much about exploding helicopters and fifty-megaton doomsday bombs as it is about the pleasure of dealing with the best of everything that makes us human: cleverness, grit, loyalty, and self-sacrifice.
Jeff Carlson
I don’t know if we will really have a doomsday for human beings, but if we did, to me, it wouldn’t be an unjust outcome, given how many species we’re taking with us every year.
I’ve always heard the same doomsday concerns and yet, every day, there are people going to a classical concert for the first timewhether it’s on a date or being dragged there by their grandmother.
When TV came, people said who will go to theatres to watch movies? When the Internet came, they said the same. And now it’s the digital media… The doomsday predictions are always there but I don’t think people will stop going to cinema halls because that is one experience you can’t get at home.
I don’t think that artificial intelligence means doomsday, and I think many new jobs will be created, too. However, it is becoming increasingly unlikely that these new types of jobs will favor low-income demographics. We need to address the needs of those who will be left out of the new job market.
I’m not going to take this defeatist attitude and listen to all this crap any more from all these people who have nothing except doomsday to predict.
Carroll Shelby
Some people believe that the nuclear bomb should be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, since it scared the major powers away from war by equating it with doomsday.
We’re growing up together, the human race. And we’ve discovered a lot of things that we didn’t know. We’re finding our way. Instead of thinking about doomsday all the time, think about how beautiful the world is. We’re all together, and together we’re getting wiser.
Like the assassination of JFK, everybody alive then can remember where they were that Doomsday Week of the Cuban Missile Crisis in October 1962. That Saturday, 27 October, was, and remains, the closest the world has come to nuclear holocaust – the blackest day of a horrendous week.
If that doomsday scenario happens, will it help if you have heaps of paper money? I don’t think so.
As you watch the world crumble, try taking your Armageddon with this sprinkling of irony: Over the last three decades, business has got virtually everything it wanted, and its doomsday scenario from the 1970s has come true because of it.
I’ve been obsessed with doomsday for a long time – the idea that different cultures respond to it differently, and religions will change people’s outlook on it.
Lorene Scafaria
That doomsday idea is in everybody’s subconscious.