What's amusing is that these comments - all setting the death of Evolution as being within the next few decades - date back as far as the nineteenth century.
This is my favourite, which dates from 1904 - over a hundred years ago.
"Today, at the dawn of the new century, nothing is more certain than that Darwinism has lost its prestige among men of science. It has seen its day and will soon be reckoned a thing of the past. A few decades hence when people will look back upon the history of the doctrine of Descent, they will confess that the years between 1860 and 1880 were in many respects a time of carnival; and the enthusiasm which at that time took possession of the devotees of natural science will appear to them as the excitement attending some mad revel." Eberhard Dennert, At the Deathbed of Darwinism,
And in a hundred years, we'll still be hearing this kind of prediction.