Pack Your Bags For Antarctica

Fifteen years ago, Tony Blair’s science adviser predicted we would all have to move to Antarctica – where temperatures sometimes fall below the freezing point of dry ice (-109 degrees.)

Why Antarctica will soon be the only place to live – literally

Climate change study predicts refugees fleeing into Antarctica – Telegraph

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39 Responses to Pack Your Bags For Antarctica

  1. Anon says:


    Is there any word about how the construction is going down there? There will be 3.5 million arriving by 2040 with the first arrivals showing up in 2030. That is the population of Connecticut by comparison. And I don’t think the first dwellings will be grass huts as it still may be a little nippy down there until the warming really kicks in. Also, will they be an independent country? Or colonists from existing ones?

    So many unanswered questions for such a momentous event, but thanks to RCS, the word will be getting out!

  2. Ron Clutz says:

    The onion has a report on Antarctica, my synopsis with images added:

    2005: The film March Of The Penguins documents Antarctica’s disturbing descent into fascism.

  3. BallBounces says:

    Still, it’s great to know there’s a back-up plan!

  4. frederikwisse says:

    My wife and I are going to make a trial this coming januari . We hope to experience antartica for a couple off days and fully bright nights . Although the prospects of meeting a caravan may not be too bright , we shall keep you posted …….

  5. frederik wisse says:

    My wife and I are planning to visit Antartica this coming januari . Although the prospect of meeting a caravan does not look too bright , we shall keep you posted ……

    • Gator says:

      I had friends who visited every continent. They said there were two places they regretted visiting, Antarctica and India. The lasting impression of Antarctica was an unlimited supply of frozen penguin dung everywhere they went.

      • NavarreAggie says:

        HAHAHA! Now that’s something I’ve never before contemplated! :) Thanks for the visual!

      • arn says:

        So Antarctica is the San Francisco of the southern hemisphere?

        • RAH says:

          They find penguin colonies from satellites by the stains of their droppings. That is how they discovered that huge colony of about 1. 5 million Adelie penguins they had not known existed until this year. That of course happened shortly after “scientists” published a paper claiming that the population of the Adelie was collapsing and blaming it on “climate change”.

          • arn says:

            Good to see how allknowing and well informed they are about population numbers.

            Now that the penguin population increased of Adelie increased by several thousand % overnight i wonder what excuse they will pull out of their butts to keep the collaps narrative alive.
            In terms of polar bears and the increasing population some of then are claiming now that noone knew the polar bear population when Al Gore claimed the extinct fairy tale and that the population is still going down from much higher numbers
            while the real warrens claim they never saw so many polar bears in their towns the gooddoers claim that they can’t find enough food because of global warming.

          • Disillusioned says:

            Although the ebb and flow of all cycles have happened for time immemorial, the one constant we can count on – if/when population numbers change or shift geographically, totalitarian opportunists will always blame it on man.

  6. John F. Hultquist says:

    I tried to find Sir David King but could not find a phone directory for Antarctica.
    Oh well.

  7. scott says:

    The average temperature of Antarctica is -40 degrees celsius. Now if my math is correct and the IPCC is correct the average temperature increase by 1.5 and 2 degrees celsius. That would make the Antarctic average temperature a balmy -38 degrees celsius. How much fossil fuel (fossil fuel is a misnomer) will it take to heat all those tin sheds the immigrants are going to live in.

  8. Jason Calley says:

    At least the new settlers will have plenty of fresh meat for their tables.

  9. Robert B says:

    The Antarctic peninsular is the warmist place because of the nearby ocean. It averages 1-2°C in January. Wheat needs 3.5-5°C to germinate but 125 degree days or a month at this temperatures. So 4° of warming will not be enough unless you live like an Eskimo.

  10. AndyDC says:

    We all need to chip in and start a business selling prime Antarctic beachfront property to alarmists. But that won’t work because catastrophic sea level rise will swamp the beaches. What we really need to do is sell property 100 miles inland. If you want to get rich, you need to think outside the box!

  11. Psalmon says:

    Remember, Springtime is PLANTING season!!! Be sure to get those seeds in the permafrost early and Make Antarctica Green Again!!!

    McMurdo Station is all about MAGA.

    • Disillusioned says:

      “Camera images are often obscured due to harsh and unpredictable weather conditions.”

      Well, there you have it. Climate Change™

  12. sunsettommy says:


    I had high hopes for Mr. Griff and Mr. Hunt to build a lot of small homes, to help us move there in time for the predicted exodus.

    When are you going to get on it?

  13. Bill says:

    What do you think about this story? The datasets from the article show that temperatures are increasing, proving that the solar activity theorists are wrong, and the climate change modelers are right.

    Climate Modeller Wins $10,000 Wager Against Solar Physicists

    “Back in 2005, solar physicists Galina Mashnich and Vladimir Bashkirtsev made a $10,000 bet that global temperatures, driven primarily by changes in the Sun’s activity, would fall over the next decade. The bet would compare the then record hot years between 1998 to 2003 with that between between 2012 and 2017. With temperatures falling from their peak during the 1998 super El-Nino, and solar output continuing to fall, this seemed like a sure bet. The results are now in and all datasets show that climate modeler James Annan is the clear winner. ”

    Article dataset link:

    • arn says:

      Interressting to see that the most warming happened around the time
      when the AGW hiatus became popular and wellknown.

      I’d suggest to read WUWT mai2018 article “Global warming hiatus blamed for more intense hurricanes”( University of Hawaii Manoa)
      or in your case
      “Global Warming hiatus does not change long term predictions”
      guardian/may the 3rd.

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey Bill! The wood-for-trees graph definitely shows increased temperatures from 2012 to 2017, no argument. Still, the problem (for me at least) is that the various data sets from which the graph is made cannot be verified. To the best of my knowledge there has never been a paper which documents the “adjustment” process well enough to allow it to be replicated. In fact, as Tony has shown repeatedly, there seem to be very convincing reasons to believe that the adjustments are not valid, and produce a warming trend that may not be there. If the people making the adjustments are depending on the same funding as the ones making the climate models there may well be (even if unconsciously) a bias. I feel sure that you have seen the chart which shows the correlation between adjustments and CO2. I cannot think of any scientifically valid reason for such a strong correlation. Seriously, if you know of one, please explain it.

  14. RWT says:

    Is it true that the climate terrorists Al Gore and David Suzuki were seen at the front of the line buying estate property there?

  15. Maggy Wassilieff says:

    I hope the weather has improved by 2030.. because it’s been a bit too grotty over the last couple of weeks for NZers to send their Summer Crew down to Scott Base.

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