Say, Where Should You Move To Be Safe From ‘Climate Change’?

Obvioiusly, in recent years the Cult of Climastrology has been yammering on about “climate refugees.” Now, a big push is to attempt to scare people by telling them they will need to move to escape from the worst effects of a whopping 1.5F increase in global temperatures since 1850

Where should you move to save yourself from climate change?

Climate change is fueling heatwaves, hurricanes and floods, gradually making certain places in the US challenging, if not outright miserable, to live in.

Scientists, and some members of the public, are starting to question where in the US will remain comfortable to call home.

The answer, broadly speaking, is north and maybe west. Florida has seen a population boom in recent decades but the southern portion of the state is on course to be submerged by rising seas. The Gulf coast will get supercharged hurricanes, while the south-west and south-east US will be baked by increasingly hostile heat.

“Areas towards the north and away from the ocean and that central corridor where you get tornadoes probably look best,” said Vivek Shandas, an expert on climate change’s impact on cities at Portland State University. Shandas recommends looking to live in a “band roughly above the 42nd parallel” – a line of latitude that divides New York and Pennsylvania and forms the southern borders of Oregon and Idaho.

Places close to a reliable source of water without being flood-prone as the seas rise are attractive, such as areas near the Great Lakes and the Pacific north-west. “Seattle doesn’t break 90F that often so it’ll be nothing like Phoenix in terms of tolerability of heat,” said Shandas. “Places like Portland, Oregon, and Boise, Idaho, will be relatively safeguarded, apart from a bit of wildfire smoke.”

There will be bastions elsewhere. “Cincinnati, for example, is surprisingly good,” said Shandas. “It’s close to the Great Lakes, away from hurricanes, away from the eastern seaboard. It will get more heatwaves, but then again we all will.”

It’s all about the doom and gloom. Because that’s what they do best. We also see

These are just a few of the articles published in the last 24 hours. There are plenty more going back a week. I’ll believe it when all the Liberals start abandoning their coastal enclaves.

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5 Responses to “Say, Where Should You Move To Be Safe From ‘Climate Change’?”

  1. JGlanton says:

    LOL! Idiots.

  2. Dana says:

    Well, I did move to higher ground! In 2000, I sold a house in Hampton, Virginia, where the finished floor was 12½ feet above mean sea level. My farmhouse sits at around 620 feet!

  3. dachs_dude says:

    You can bet that as the believers sell their houses, other AGW believers like Al Gore who have made tons of money of this sham scam, will be buying oceanfront property in droves.

  4. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    Uh, St. Louis, but one would expect more safety issues than with the temperature plus you’d have a nasty little angry black fella living near you.


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