G̶l̶o̶b̶a̶l̶ ̶W̶a̶r̶m̶i̶n̶g̶ Climate Change and Status Seeking
Well, if you seriously believe that the oceans will rise by 10 feet as predicted by James Hansen, the data manipulator (https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/spectacularly-poor-climate-science-at-nasa/) — (In other words, believe that it is ACTUALLY GOING TO HAPPEN, as opposed to believing that repetition of this mantra is an inexpensive boost to one’s status.) — then you can pretty easily anticipate where the masses will be fleeing once the oceans rise, and buy property there.
This should be very easy to do, actually.
The problem is, the more you ACT on this belief, the more you will realize it is a bunch of smoke and mirrors directed at gaining political power, and with a long history of being wrong.
Seriously, isn’t real estate on high ground the no-brainer thing to do. If you want to get rich invest. If you want to avert humanitarian catastrophe, then get politicians to build high density housing up in the hills.
The problem is, the more you act on this global warming religion, the more your are forced to confront your beliefs. And zealots hate that.
It is much easier to repeat matras for the purpose of low-cost status seeking without ever having to act on your beliefs.