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More than 6 billion people will perish by the end of the century

James Lovelock, a famous “climate legend” and scientist, is being interviewed in the latest number of Rolling Stone. His view on climate change and its effect is downright apocalyptic.

James Lovelock says that climate change is now irreversible. He continues by predicting that the major part of the humans will get wiped out of the face of the earth due to wars, starvation, epidemics and climate chaos during the rest of the century.

James Lovelock estimates that by year 2100 there will only be around 500 millions people left who struggles to survive on the few remaining liveable places on earth: Scandinavia, Canada and Iceland.

"It will be a dark time," Lovelock admits. "But for those who survive, I suspect it will be rather exciting."

Read the whole article: The Prophet of Climate Change: James Lovelock

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Yeah. James Lovelock is the guy who wants to bury highly radioactive waste from nuclear power stations under our homes. Another one of his ideas is to spread out nuclear waste in the Amazon rainforests to create wildlife habitats that are truly untouched by humans. One should always take his comments with a pinch of salt!

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