Beyond the Bureaucracies: Catalina Sea Ranch

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Phil Cruver, CEO of Catalina Sea Ranch, plans to establish the first-ever offshore mussel farm in U.S. federal waters beyond the jurisdiction of many California regulators by October. The Orange County Register reports: “Investors and government officials see Sea Ranch as a  Continue Reading »

Clear Principles Shine through Muddied Thinking in Salon Critique of Secessionists

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“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” –Folk saying. The first loyalists are breaking ranks. First they ignored us, then they laughed at us, then they fought us, and now, in  Continue Reading »

National Geographic: Can the “Blue Revolution” Solve the World’s Food Puzzle?

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National Geographic featured a marvelous photo-essay about sea farming, announcing, “Aquaculture has expanded about 14-fold since 1980 … exceeding beef production clearly for the first time.” “We call kelp the virtuous vegetable,” says Paul Dobbins of Ocean Approved, “because we are  Continue Reading »

German TV show Titel, Thesen, Temperamente announces Seasteaders as “Totalitarian.”

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Audrey Stimson, Producer at ARD German Television, emailed us 10 times while requesting an interview, promising, “Millions of viewers will be watching.” We hosted her camera crew at Thiel Capital, where they interviewed Randolph Hencken and myself on camera for  Continue Reading »

Adam Carolla Becomes a Seasteader Live During Interview with Joe Quirk

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“Joe, I like you, because we’re simpatico on this whole part about competition…I don’t know why we think people, the government, or anyone is going to do the right thing without the incentive and the competition…This whole seasteading thing, man,  Continue Reading »