Joshua Laupert wrote:Hello Daphne, thanks for responding to my ad. Well to answer your question, data shows that winters are getting shorter and less prevalent, where summers are becoming more dangerous with increased activity of extreme heat, drought, and wildfires. When these types of disasters occur (amongst many other natural catastrophes), there is no ability to grow food and creates a lesser chance of survival for all living animals, not just humans. Up in the NE states, they are the safest in terms of natural disasters/climate change consequences, their summers stand a better chance of being less extreme. The populations there are less (compared to most states), and those NE states have consistently ranked high in safety (meaning the people that live there are generally less hostile, at least that’s the idea). When it comes to survival, one of the greatest threats to humans are unfortunately.. other humans (that are hostile/desperate). So I’ve taken both factors in conjunction to determine that.