doomsdayer


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doomsdayer

(ˈduːmzˌdeɪə)
n
someone who prophesies doom

doom•say•er

(ˈdumˌseɪ ər)

n.
a person who predicts impending misfortune or disaster.
[1950–55]
doom′say`ing, adj., n.
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but when a doomsdayer predicts the rapture, things get crazy.
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Quantum Entertainment hoped to enflame interest in its pic "Doomsdayer 2" by setting fire to a performer--who then emerged from her asbestos suit to reveal that she was a buxom beauty in a green bikini.
Hence, on this "birth model" of the Doomsdayer's evidence, the probability of our observed birth rank -- on any of these competing hypotheses concerning population size -- will be large, with the result that the evidence offered by such observation provides no relative confirmation or disconfirmation for any of these hypotheses.
"I try not to be a "doomsdayer,'' says Calhoun, "but if there's high probability of our entering a point of no return, then [my animal model] is worth considering.'
"Doomsdayer 2," American explosives expert must save the world from a global holocaust.
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"Doomsdayer," director, Michael Sarna; cast, Joe Lara, Udo Kier, Brigitte Nielsen.
On May 15, busty American actress Stacy Burke, almost immobile in fireproof clothing, was covered in French rubber cement and set on fire to tout Quantum Entertainment's "Doomsdayer 2."
Even though the myth has been debunked, YouTube is littered with videos from doomsdayers predicting the end of the world in just a few weeks' time.
Doomsdayers believe that the eclipse today will mark the start of a rapture, which will end with the destruction of the world on a second solar eclipse in 2024.