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    Maybe I am looking at this all wrong but shouldn’t the question be……… What is acceptable behavior before you worry about what is unacceptable behavior? Is the first Seasteading venture going to be a town/village/city or is it going to be more of a research/learning/evolving space? Will you be able to travel back and forth like you would to any other state or country? If there are no boundaries set in the beginning for what it is then how would you be able to set boundries for what is and what is not acceptable. Laws/rules/civil guide lines are based on what the few decide are good for them and then those beliefs are forced on the many. The only action the “many” have is to move away. In a Seasteading environment the few could still decide but the many will not be able to move away. This is where the trouble begins. If Seasteading truly is something new, then should we start by learning from our past instead of trying to pretend it didn’t happen?

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    My personal belive is that small steps will get you further than one big leap. As i mention in other posts, I envision a small seastead to start with. Lets say 100-200 people. As you said , a research/learning community that in time will evolve in a village/city at sea. You said,”Laws/rules/civil guide lines are based on what the few decide are good for them and then those beliefs are forced on the many. ” That is true for the current “status quo” of most of the Earth nations(sadly,….), but not for us who are here trying to seastead. I think that most of us who are here we are all tired of the “status quo” and we see seasteading as an answer to our quest for real freedom and liberty.

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