Should seasteads be stationary or mobile?
Ideally, seasteads will be mobile and modular—meaning that they can float on the ocean and join together and separate from one another. This is a key factor in enabling people to vote for governments by entry and exit (dynamic geography). That is, if people are happy with the governing body of a seastead conglomerate then they will stay and attract other seasteaders. If they are unhappy with their government, they will float their module to another seastead. However, we do not want to presume too much, and stationary seasteads may have benefits as well.
Posted in: Vision, Mission, and Goals
Posted on January 20, 2012 at 12:56 am