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I want to seastead near japan.

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  • #23421
    Avatar of crocket
    crocket
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    I always wanted to live in japan, but living in japan without a work visa is very very difficult.
    But, but, I don’t want to make money by working for someone else.
    As far as I know, germany issues self-sponsored visas(e.g., artist visa for freelancing artists) to foreigners.
    Japan doesn’t seem to issue self-sponsored visas.

    If I could just live near japan without a work visa, it’d be fascinating!!

    According to the report, southeast of japan is one of prime candidates for initial seastead.

    I really want people to consider seasteading near japan.

    #23422
    Avatar of crocket
    crocket
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    There seems to be an OTEC Plant in japan.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ocean_thermal_energy_conversion says “Currently the world’s only operating OTEC plant is in Japan, overseen by Saga University.”

    #23423
    Avatar of crocket
    crocket
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    Just one more comment. It would be good to place a seastead city near tokyo since that region of sea is heavily protected and surrounded by a very well developed economic region. It’ll provide a seastead with a lot of economic opportunities and convenience.

    Although I know that I can only voice my opinion, I hope people considered it just for a moment.

    #23431
    Avatar of William Holz
    William Holz
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    I’ve got a soft spot for Japan myself and would definitely be behind the creation of one.
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    The biggest caveat I can think of is the fact that we’d have to work a bit harder to engineer around the tsunamis. I’d think the facility would have to be mobile, positioned a bit further out than might otherwise be necessary, or have a higher construction cost if other methods are used.

    #23432
    Avatar of crocket
    crocket
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    If you look up tokyo on google maps, you can see that sea space near tokyo is protected from tsunamis.
    You need to worry about how independent you can be, though.

    #23433
    Avatar of William Holz
    William Holz
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    Oh, good point! It’s always good to have more options.
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    I sometimes lose sight of how massively huge things that look tiny on maps can be. :)

    #23435
    Avatar of OCEANOPOLIS
    OCEANOPOLIS
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    LOL,

    It would be good to place a seastead near ALL coastal cities everywhere on this Rock.

    But just stating the obvious in relation to your likes or dislikes won’t make it happen…

    #23438
    Avatar of crocket
    crocket
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    OCEANOPOLIS // I know. I just wanted people to hear my voice.

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