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The Seasteading Institute is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), working to enable seasteading communities - floating cities - which will allow the next generation of pioneers to test new ideas for government. The most successful can then inspire change in governments around the world.

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  • Grover Norquist visits Seasteaders at Burning Man

    His first morning at Burning Man, Grover Norquist and his wife Samah made a beeline for the seasteaders. At our invitation, the founder and president of Americans for Tax Reform, who famously shocked an audience of NPR listeners by saying, “I don'...

    September 16, 2014
  • Joe Rogan Talks Seasteading

    At long last, the Meeting of the Joes occurred. The Joe Rogan Experience was named one of iTunes' "Best of 2010" audio podcasts in its first year. Rogan conducted one of the most deepgoing authentic conversations about seasteading in his latest podcast...

    August 21, 2014
  • Welcome Cal Abel, New Engineering Advisor

    The Institute is delighted to welcome Cal Abel to our Engineering Board of Advisors. Cal is a Nuclear and Radiological Engineering PhD candidate at Georgia Institute of Technology. Cal has a Masters and Bachelors of science degree in nuclear engineer...

    August 5, 2014
  • Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan

    "Seasteading has enormous potential in Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan." - Shiwen Yap, e27. Seasteading is “poised to be the need of the hour,” according to Shiwen Yap, writing for Asia's leading "technopreneurship" news source, e27, which has fe...

    July 24, 2014

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  • Led by pioneering individuals, these societies could become a blueprint for a new way of life – one that is more equitable, tolerant and entrepreneurial.

    Financial Times, March 30, 2012
  • Call it an experiment in governance, call it a way to live under a new set of rules of your own creation, maybe even a way to start your life over. You may one day be setting up your own sovereign nation.

    Business Insider, November 2013
  • The seasteading movement is producing some novel ideas for ocean-based businesses that could act as stepping stones towards their ultimate goal.

    The Economist, December 3, 2011

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