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Old Posted Nov 2, 2019, 4:43 AM
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Once sea levels rise and places like Miami, Houston, New Orleans, DC, Philly, parts of NYC, Baltimore, etc become uninhabitable in 50 to 100 years, than places like Charleston, WV; Pittsburgh and other depopulated rustbelt or coal belt towns/cities will look a lot more inviting. That is, if jobs are even a thing anymore after most jobs are replaced by AI and autonomous driving. After AI takes over most jobs and that even includes lawyers, doctors, etc; then moving to cities won't matter as there will be no need to move anywhere if there are no jobs for anyone.
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