Uh... I don't know where to begin. This is a serious cognitive issue. This is not a joke, deserving of uploaded funny pictures. Speaking as a collapse theorist and professional survivalist, why would you want to relocate to Vegas? All I can think of is quoting Nicole Foss (haven't seen interviews of her in a few years. Heard she relocated to New Zealand) of The Automatic Earth blog, when asked about Vegas: "Get out while you still can. Las Vegas has no future." What part of the declining water table in Lake Mead do you not understand? A few years ago they had to re-dig the aquifer to Vegas because the old one is now above the water level. Overpopulation, resource depletion (mainly water) and climate change are putting all the major cities in the Southwest on borrowed time. Why do you think people from all over the U.S. (especially the SW) are converging on the Portland/Vancouver area? We actually have this thing called water, and a mild climate (for now). Yes, I drove through California recently and saw all the reservoir's filled to the brim from these recent rains, but the whole state is living on borrowed time, at least with regards to its food production. If you're talking survival and thinking Las Vegas,... I don't know what to tell you. Kind of dumb.