Where Will You Escape The Heat?

Experts say we will have to flee to Antarctica to escape the heat, but I’m planning to go to Mexico in February instead.

Climate change study predicts refugees fleeing into Antarctica – Telegraph

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10 Responses to Where Will You Escape The Heat?

  1. Steve Parker says:

    I spent 10 days in Costa Rica just before Christmas. Now I’m in Connecticut where it is snowing lightly and 10 degrees. I much prefer the tropics. Costa Rica was teeming with life and happiness. New England is cold, dead, and lifeless (except for the humans inside fossil fuel heated abodes).

  2. RAH says:

    Please just move those “experts” to Antarctica right now. No carbon based fuels or nuclear allowed. Everything completely “sustainable green”. The world would be a better place in about a month after the ran out of long pig.

  3. CO2isLife says:

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  4. Rockyredneck says:

    Checked weather station temperatures in Antarctica. Virtually none higher than 0C. Many -25 or lower. This was near midday and mid-summer.

    • gregole says:

      Might not be the right time to flee to Antarctica just yet. Still a bit cold. Heck, the eastern US is still a bit cold; but go ahead and flee there if you are a climate refugee – it might get you toughened up for an eventual flee down Antarctica way.

      Actually, it’s been anomalously warm here in southern Arizona. It’s quite nice.

  5. Windsong says:

    My older brother worked in construction for many years. He is retired now, and spends three to four months in Mexico every winter. Nothing fancy, just a short walk from the beach near Manzanillo. Says his bones can no longer tolerate the gloomy, cool, damp Puget Sound winter weather. Heat good, cold bad.

    Three people I formerly worked with have moved south after retiring. Two headed to AZ, one to Hawaii. Nobody I know of has moved to International Falls.

  6. Justa Joe says:

    Since climate refugees were supposed to begin populating Antarctica by 2035, which is less than 20 years from now, shouldn’t we start actually preparing?

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      They are running out of time. Better start choosing the breeding pairs among themselves. Match Michael Mann with Al Gore. They all know he’s a sex machine.

      “Before this century is over billions of us will die and the few breeding pairs of people that survive will be in the Arctic where the climate remains tolerable.”

      —James Lovelock

      Well, maybe they still have a few weeks before they all go.

      Peter Stott, head of climate monitoring at the U.K.’s Met Office Hadley Centre, told msnbc.com he agreed Lovelock had been too alarmist.

      But he added that Lovelock has ‘had a lot of good ideas and interesting thoughts’.

      Jawohl. Sehr interessant. Nicht wahr, meine Damen und Herren?

      ”We need a more authoritative world. We’ve become a sort of cheeky, egalitarian world where everyone can have their say. It’s all very well, but there are certain circumstances – a war is a typical example – where you can’t do that. You’ve got to have a few people with authority who you trust who are running it. And they should be very accountable too, of course.

      But it can’t happen in a modern democracy. This is one of the problems. What’s the alternative to democracy? There isn’t one. But even the best democracies agree that when a major war approaches, democracy must be put on hold for the time being. I have a feeling that climate change may be an issue as severe as a war. It may be necessary to put democracy on hold for a while.”

      —James Lovelock

      Oh goody. Here I worried they would just up and go. It’s great they have plans for us after all.

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