Doomsday was coined by a young British doctor who used it to describe a mass of people who have died in the last 10 years.
In the last 15 years, more than 40 million people have been killed, he wrote.
There are many different ways to describe this situation, but I think we have to try to look at it as Doomsday, which means, as soon as the catastrophe begins, you can expect to see some sort of end to it.
He said the death toll should rise to a million or more people before it stopped.
“But I don’t want to say that people will die out,” he wrote in his blog, quoting a famous quote by the French philosopher Michel Foucault.
“It is the moment when people begin to die out.
It will happen and will be the last gasp.
There will be a kind of catastrophe, and you can see the end of this world.
And then it will be over.”