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- Sun, 02 Nov 2014 21:26:32 EST W+7biDSE No.13571
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I will buy a house after I graduate college and get a steady job.
I live in the East Coast and I believe environmental factors will make my region uninhabitable.

Which is the best place to move and buy a house?

Where the weather will be tolerable.
Where there will be enough clean water for my lifetime.
Where there will be enough energy, renewable or otherwise.

I'd like a suggestion from both an American City and an international city.
What are your plans?
Doris Drusslewill - Mon, 03 Nov 2014 18:01:45 EST 42Q4ddgb No.13575 Reply
Move to Antarctica
Cyril Smallspear - Mon, 03 Nov 2014 21:01:48 EST dp5qB83L No.13578 Reply
Looks like someone needs to read Strategic Relocation by Joel Skousen.
Sidney Haddledale - Mon, 03 Nov 2014 22:31:27 EST czcxX/K7 No.13579 Reply
> I will buy a house after I graduate college and get a steady job.

Good luck with that.
Samuel Duckstock - Thu, 20 Nov 2014 01:41:11 EST 6O8pUqqj No.13603 Reply
new england, upstate new york, western massachusetts or southern vermont (but definitely not connecticut)
Simon Fanshaw - Sat, 27 Dec 2014 02:12:25 EST 6mUIjfXm No.13654 Reply

I'm curious as to why you think the east coast will be uninhabitable compared to the rest of the US.

I just moved back to VA from SoCal and I think that region is fucked, between the rising temperatures and the progressively lower amounts of water, and the fact that they're due for an earthquake. VA seems like a sweet spot, a little too far north to get the blunt edge of the hurricanes, too far behind the mountains to get a blizzard more than every four years or so. Humidity's a bitch but it's livable. All we need is legal weed and we'll be fine.
Jarvis Sugglebit - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 22:35:55 EST Yjsm6Ssk No.13678 Reply
A lightly populated defensible position away from likely nuclear fallout. Rocky Mountains maybe, or the ozarks? Montana isn;t going to get nuked any time soon.

Maybe New Zealand? Strategically worthless so its retained almost complete geopolitical peace.
Wesley Gapperhood - Sun, 11 Jan 2015 13:49:49 EST dp5qB83L No.13679 Reply
If you're looking at US/Canada, check out the book Strategic Relocation. It breaks down each area and rates them based on natural resources, military targets, laws, weather, etc.
Clara Woffingville - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 16:46:43 EST 6O8pUqqj No.13692 Reply
whats wrong with the east coast?
i live in a valley in western massachusetts and we have an extremely low incidence of all natural disasters, really good soil, lots of clean rivers with many tributaries...
Thomas Durrydidge - Thu, 26 Feb 2015 21:43:24 EST cgGck+UX No.13775 Reply
To the people asking about the east coast... How's the weather now? The northeastern USA is looking like it will have harsher winters for a while now.
Molly Dullyfark - Fri, 27 Feb 2015 14:04:10 EST KVCS7uR1 No.13778 Reply
>live in the East Coast and I believe environmental factors will make my region uninhabitable.

if the climate changes in one area it will effect the entire world. what once was a nice area with out tornados and blizzards might now have both but no longer suffer from blizzards. also the sea level will rise. this isnt as easy a question as you think.
CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Fri, 27 Feb 2015 20:58:16 EST Y1TswjoP No.13779 Reply
Chances are it'll go back and forth. One year we'll get a lot of snow, another year we'll get really cold temperatures, another year will get both, and another year we'll get neither. Extremes are bound to get more extreme due to climate change, but it's nothing we can't handle.

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