Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Liquid assets.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

This should be inversed, as global warming increases, the coastal real estate disappears.

Unless this is also to imply a supply demand curve.

Anne said...

No no - I like it this way round - if we simply inflate the cost of coastal real estate, then we can rapidly reduce global warming... Good plan :-)

Anonymous said...

It should be the opposite. As global warming increases, so does see levels. This would increase chances of flooding and coastal real estate would loose in value.

Anonymous said...

Our only viable solution is to nuke Antarctica.

shitfaced said...

I thought it would have been the other way round.

With rising sea levels, I'm about 30 years away from living on the beach.

shitfaced said...

Ok, had another look. Time is going 'north west' (from right to left) in this, no? Then I agree. Time will hit a wall soon.

Michael said...

I guess it should read, value of "currently" coastal real estate?

Big D said...

I agree with shitfaced -
While the world is collapsing around our ears, I - in Nashville - will be enjoying a short 15-20 minute drive to the beach!

 
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