It occurs to me, on this 66-degree evening at the end of October, that if the earth is really going to get noticeably warmer, the smart money should be on vacation properties in places that aren’t now vacation spots. You know, building summer houses on the Greenland coast — or maybe a mile or so in, depending on elevation. The Hoboken Marina. Something. There are pretty good projections about what’s going to happen if global temperature rises x degrees, right? We should be looking to see where oil company executives are building bungalows.