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  • #18407
    Avatar of shredder7753
    shredder7753
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    Private islands are now for sale!

    Habitation Systems, LLC

    contact Rich: rallen7753@gmail.com

    for some details of the vision see here;
    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/86794338/the-bergstead-ocean-colonization-demo

    #18419
    Avatar of elspru
    elspru
    Participant

    So if you get less than $25,000 in pledges,
    then you get nothing, am I correct?

    Anyways you say open for business,
    yet I don’t see any products available.

    For instance for the Phi Boats,
    have made spreadsheet with associated properties and costs:
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/66705441/Phi-Seed-Boats

    am planning on making some mini models
    with glass fiber-reinforcement for making them water-proof, thin and strong.

    #18421
    Avatar of shredder7753
    shredder7753
    Participant

    nah, doesnt look like im gonna get anything from this fundraiser. but WE R OPEN for business. the product im selling is the BERGSTEAD with 1 garage or 2. The first buyer has to bear the anxiety, legal battles (with me at their side) and a higher cost to have the first one. it probably wont be quite as high quality as a production model but fully robust functionality. much of the work will be subcontracted and managed by me. if anyone likes the idea of having their own personal soveriegn island, i have the design and im ready to make it happen within 2 yrs from starting. It basically needs a qualified buyer. i have the roadmap. it takes a lot more than a spreadsheet, but i have those too!

    #18823
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    Patrick
    Participant

    Hey Rich I backed you. I only wish I had more money to give. Good luck man.

    #18892
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    shredder7753
    Participant

    Patrick i think ur finger slipped off the number 5 and hit the 1. its the thought that counts, thank u ;-)

    #19067
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    shredder7753
    Participant

    Heres a slideshow i made to try and sell my first Bergstead. i think u gotta have a google ID to see it:

    https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1edmVu6fGTqNUNyA_SNvBoQ3gX1WpOBzT6LyBgPQQIhk/edit#slide=id.p

    #19068
    Avatar of Elwar
    Elwar
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    In slide 7 you mention staying within the Contiguous zone. Is there a reason you do not go outside of 24 nm?

    Within that distance “a state can exert limited control for the purpose of preventing or punishing “infringement of its customs, fiscal, immigration or sanitary laws and regulations within its territory or territorial sea”". Outside of that 24nm you are only within the EEZ to 200nm which allows the coastal country “control of all economic resources within its exclusive economic zone, including fishing, mining, oil exploration, and any pollution of those resources.”

    #19416
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    shredder7753
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    well its not impossible to moor it beyond 24 miles. i guess it depends on how motivated you are. the mooring line gets a lot more expensive, and every trip to and from requires more fuel, and more time. this invention was intended to just be a first step outside the 12 mile mark. how close an eye do u think the gov is really gonna watch a single family ss? it could also be moved back later if necessary.

    #19421
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    Elwar
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    Ahh, I was wondering if there was a legal advantage.

    Where I live the water is shallow (around 10-20 ft) to about 30-40 miles out. It is probably like that down on the Gulf side near Miami.

    #19443
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    shredder7753
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    i usually assume the legal advantages get better the further outward your seastead is moored. i say that with caution, though, because we dont have true examples yet. you never know, you can think u thought of every little detail and planned accordingly. Christa McAuliffe and countless others remind us that we cant ever be sure enough.

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