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Opportunity as 20mm Tons of Debris from Japan Floats Toward Hawaii

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    20 Million Tons of Debris and Trash Headed Towards Hawaii

    Hazardous? No doubt.

    Legal questions? Who knows if anyone would try to claim anything from the debris.

    Instant seastead? That’s an awful lot of free material to work with…

    Getting a salvage vessel(s) out there might be an ordeal, but once recovery of materials begins, a rudimentary platform could be constructed while at sea. From that point, it’d be a matter of building it out. I’m game; it’s more productive than Occupying Wall Street.

    #16063

    hey – that is really a lot of material ! we had a mining the pacific garbage patch thread and found that there is not enough material floating out there in the garbage patch – looks like now there is !

    Get a ship – and a method to bond everything together – a concrete sprayer would be great – the wood and all would sink sooner or later but at that time the plate seastead would already have enough buoyancy on its own.

    You can use all the debris as a imporvised floating dock to build somthing really big on top of it. My favorite a enormous plate seastead in stadion size… or just rearrange the debris in form of a ring and create a Breakwater lagoon marina.

    The catamaran float / The plate float out / The real estate squaremeter deal / The Captain Nemo float out / The bubble hotel / The current turbine / Breakwater lagoon marina / Oceanic port city design /

    Breakwater lagoon marina

    #16095
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    Good stuff, way more in-depth than I had been thinking! Worth a shot, too. About two years to go until it approaches Hawaii, is there enough time to get a plan and funding together?

    #16130
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    Problem is, some, if not all of it is contaminated with radioactive material… Whatcha gonna do about that? Imagine wrking in that heat, in protective suits, while scanning the materials and selecting the stuff you can salvage…

    Later,

    J.L.F.

    Never be afraid to try something new…

    Remember, amateurs built the ark, professionals built the Titanic.

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