It's the 22nd century. Rising ocean water has flooded the world's coastal regions, creating the need for vast floating cities capable of cruising the high seas. Or so goes the dire prediction from futuretimeline.net
, a forward-looking site that speculates on things to come. In this seafaring scenario, you'd work (and live) on the mother of all cruise ships--hopefully one with a rock-climbing wall, a midnight buffet, and Dramamine Fridays. Or you could move to Santa Fe
(elevation 7199 feet by current reckoning) and enjoy sea views of the expanded Gulf of Mexico from dry land.