Where we'll all be living in 2050...

Posted by: Dean Foust on June 6, 2007

Remember the Biosphere dome in Arizona? The Associated Press reports (click here) that a real estate developer just spent $50 million to purchase the Biosphere 2, the glass terrarium that Texas oilman Ed Bass built 20 years ago. The developer plans to build 1,500 homes and a resort hotel on the land. For now he’s going to allow researchers to continue using the Biosphere, but no word as to what his long-term plans are. Maybe selling condos inside the Biosphere in 2050 when we’re all frying from Global Warming…

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June 6, 2007 5:04 PM


You will just be shocked to see how many American retired people will move to Mexico by 2050. Mexico will become the new California/Arizona/Florida rolled into one, and it will be 50% cheaper for retired people. It already is. Mexico will welcome American retirement money with open arms, and this mega-trend will help Mexico afford better infrastructure and security for everyone. Mexico is at heart a beautiful and people-loving country. Just watch.

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