Global Warming Driving Humans Towards The North

According to the world’s “highest rated” climatologist, 2010 was the hottest year ever. Humans hate and can not survive warm weather, so they fled southern latitudes and migrated to the still tolerable northern latitudes.


MIAMI (CBS4) – In a down economy, tourism in Miami-Dade County bucked the odds in 2010 setting records in every area, according to figures released by the Greater Miami Convention and visitors Bureau.

The numbers are impressive:
Greater Miami and the Beaches hosted a record 12.6 million overnight visitors

Tourists spent a record $18.8 Billion on lodging, food, shopping, transportation and entertainment

Visitors generated a record $127 million in tourist-related taxes
29% of state sales taxes collected in the county were paid by tourists
The big year pumped renewed life into the area’s life blood.

“Ultimately, that meant we added jobs, and in this economy, in this community with tourism being the number one industry, job creation is one of our top priorities,” said Rolando Aedo, executive vice-president of the visitors bureau.

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10 Responses to Global Warming Driving Humans Towards The North

  1. Andy Weiss says:

    The beaches of Nunavet and Greenland aren’t doing that well quite yet competing with Miami, but just wait until until superexponential heating kicks in by 2050.

  2. Latitude says:

    Miami has always been insulated from US economy because we trade south. Brazil’s economy is doing great and 82% of all home sales this first quarter were to Brazilians.

  3. papertiger says:

    SF Superior Court Judge Ernest Goldsmith gives the people of California stay of execution on the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006.

    CARB never bothered to check if Cap and Tax was the most cost efficient method to combat non existent global warming in the Golden State before selling us all out.

    Bill Gallegos, executive director of Communities for a Better Environment, objected and the Judge agreed.

    Three cheers for Judge Goldsmith!

    Hip hip horray! Hip hip horray! Hip hip horray!

    At this point I’ll cheer any act of sanity by a Californian official, no matter how ephemiral and temporary

    • papertiger says:

      San Francisco Superior Court Judge Ernest Goldsmith ruled in March that the California Air Resources Board failed to conduct such a review but left open the question of whether the agency could conduct rule-making, environmental studies or do any other work while the legal issues were being resolved.

      The state said at the time that it would appeal.

      On Friday,[that would be yesterday] Goldsmith enjoined the ARB from “engaging in any cap and trade-related activity.”

  4. Ralph says:

    I would like to thank all the tourists coming to Florida for spend their money so the residents don’t have a state income tax.

  5. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    I thought the said the oil spill made everyone afraid of Florida.

  6. Frog says:

    Chief, we have a problem. Climate Refugees refuse to be evacuated. They pretend they are tourists.

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