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  • #14048
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    elspru
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    I added the Utopia Seastead project contracted out for 1.1billion to Samsung by the Frontier Group

    http://peopleforfreedom.com/new-world-order-news/bankster-gangsters/the-ttpreally-creepy-people-behind-the-libertarian-inspired-billionaire-sea-castles/

    I’d add in Floathaven but I’m not sure where they are located.

    http://floathaven.com/

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    #15469
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    wohl1917
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    please give coordinates in Latitudes and Longatudes. Those numbers are meaningless [-93.?]…

    < http://ocr.wikia.com/wiki/Oceanic_Citizens_Republic_Wiki>

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    Zephyrheart
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    I may not have been around long, but I’d love to be noted on the map.. granted I’m completely landlocked… FOR NOW!! muahahaha!

    coordinates are: 38.729179,-93.559227

    If you want to put any specifics up about me, you’re welcome to. I posted a simple bio on the wiki… put the url in my profile here on the forums.

    (edit:)

    Those were GPS coordinates. If you type them in google or bing, it’ll take you right to the base.

    I tried to convert them to Lat and Long… here’s what I got:

    38 43 45 N, 93 33 33 W

    #15514
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    wohl1917
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    I’m technologically challenged: I should have figured that out…

    < http://ocr.wikia.com/wiki/Oceanic_Citizens_Republic_Wiki>

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    vincecate
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    The map currently has me out in the ocean near Anguilla. But you can see the exact location of my dome here:

    http://maps.google.com/?ll=18.252487,-63.028554&spn=0.001106,0.001266&t=h&z=19&vpsrc=6

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    happen the way you want to take it.
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    #15625
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    elspru
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    Okay, at the heart of america, Zephyrheart has been added.

    Vince’s location has been updated — we might visit you sometime :-D.

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    #15891
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    elspru
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    Added J.L. Frusha, and the ley line nodes.

    also made a wiki page for the map, only don’t know where in the wiki it should be linked from.

    http://wiki.seasteading.org/index.php/Map tenatively linked from the “all ideas page”

    here is a copy of the wiki page I made:

    http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=215113492556486820586.00049be7acb14b45d7b9c&msa=0&ll=48.922499,-28.125&spn=158.164163,26.015625

    Legend:

    • person: seasteading fan
    • ship: boatbuilder
    • anchor: local liveaboard
    • sailboat: nomadic liveaboard
    • house: intentional community
    • money: expensive (for-profit) project
    • info: non-profit information only project
    • question: an unverified project
    • red exclaim triangle: negative ley line node (vanish here)
    • green point star tag: balanced ley line node (gather here)
    • yellow sun tag: positive ley line node (create here)

    Notable Seasteaders

    Ley Line Nodes

    balanced nodes

    The equator is known as the Grand Line has 10 balanced nodes, it is surrounded by positive-nodes, but is protected by it’s own balanced nature. It may become the hub of seasteading civilization. Remember it ‘s in the doldrums, so solar-power and engines are recommended.

    The balanced nodes on the southern 51st parallel are in the “Furious Fifties” places of very high wind and waves, so it’s recommended to only go there if you have stabilizers, or are a submarine. The high-winds and waves can be harvested for energy creation.

    The balanced nodes on the northern 51st parallel are generally close to land, so could potentially be hubs of mineral resources.

    The balanced nodes, on the 0th parallel are in the doldrums, on the 31st parallel in the horse-latitudes, places of calm winds so it is recommended to have solar power and engines. The calm winds, and balanced energies makes it easier to have stationary structures, so is a good place for gathering.

    positive nodes

    The positive nodes, are places of much creative energies, which is good in some ways, however some of them also create tropical-storms, so make sure you know how to handle the creative energies at the node you’re going to.

    negative nodes

    The negative nodes, sometimes called the “devil’s triangle’s” or “vile vortices’s”, and are known for the disappearance of many ships and planes so avoid them, unless you’d like to vanish. Some theorize that there are natural stargates that spontaneously form and gobble the unwary. Some that have managed to get through to tell the tale, report that their navigation equipment went haywire, or unusual travel times.

    disclaimer

    As always, before going to visit a node, make sure it is safe to do so, and you are prepared for the conditions found there. For instance some of the nodes on the equator are unsafe due to large numbers of pirates, such as near Somalia. There may also be problems which aren’t triangles, such as the large amount of piracy in the south-china sea.

    references

    We with You are a Network, with a goal of making technologically-enabled reproducible family communities. http://weyounet.info

    #15894
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    Anonymous

    When I tried panning map, the cursor seemed to grabbed objects by accident a few times, circle with slash showed and object snapped back in place, so hope no changes made. Also, ley objects don’t seem to quite match map locations in SOBIZ ley lines map post.

    Belize seems to be off the ley lines a bit, though central located between a pair. maybe we can install baffles along the lines to redirect some of the energy to a Belize site.

    #15898
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    Pastor_Jason
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    admiral wrote:

    When I tried panning map, the cursor seemed to grabbed objects by accident a few times, circle with slash showed and object snapped back in place, so hope no changes made. Also, ley objects don’t seem to quite match map locations in SOBIZ ley lines map post.

    Belize seems to be off the ley lines a bit, though central located between a pair. maybe we can install baffles along the lines to redirect some of the energy to a Belize site.

    This is my favorite post. Pretty much of all time.

    Nicely played sir.

    #15901
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    elspru
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    admiral wrote:

    When I tried panning map, the cursor seemed to grabbed objects by accident a few times, circle with slash showed and object snapped back in place, so hope no changes made.

    it’s okay, at the moment I’m the only one that can make changes to the map.

    if in future I’m no longer able, could of course allow others to collaborate also.

    at the moment, it’s sufficient to have people simply apply to be added in this thread.

    Also, ley objects don’t seem to quite match map locations in SOBIZ ley lines map post.

    the ley line objects are based on the decimal-notation co-ordinates indicated in the ley-line node list.

    it’s possible that when they made the leyline map back in the 80’s they didn’t have the precision of google-maps.

    Also the green star pointer, makes it seem like the balanced node is a bit eastward of where it actually is, though it’s actually in the middle of the drawing, rather than at the star.

    Belize seems to be off the ley lines a bit, though central located between a pair.

    it’s just off-center from being equidistant from three different ley-line nodes.

    while there may be some benefits to that, for instance it’s out of the way, so is likely to go unnoticed.

    maybe we can install baffles along the lines to redirect some of the energy to a Belize site.

    hmmm, impeding the flow of ley lines could have catastrophic consequences.

    like I said, Belize can still be a good place for a low-profile base, much like Belize is a low-profile country.

    Usually little fish start near the shore, and then when they grow bigger they go out to the big sea.

    By contrast almost everyone has heard of the Galapagos which is near a balanced node, it’s owned by the UN.

    Many have heard of Honduras, and Nicaragua, which are split by a leyline,

    they both feature illuminati pyramids in their coat of arms,

    so are clearly subservient to the new-world-order.

    Belize was overlooked, since it’s off the leylines,

    so if we’d like to get something started without arousing too much attention it be good.

    if you give me the co-ordinates of alligator cove, or whichever potential location, can plot it on the map.

    Leylines can actually be quite hectic, for instance I looked up the local leyline meridian that goes from hudson bay to bermuda triangle at 76.8W, and there is what’s called the Marysburg Vortex, an area of extremely high number of shipwrecks. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marysburgh_vortex

    So being away from leylines means we can have a fairly stable community at Belize. The leyline can also explain why the border of nicaragua and honduras is along the leyline, since that’s likely where most casualties were suffered, and so the simply stopped advancing at the line.

    One way of thinking of the leylines is as verticies of the planet, they are used by ufo’s for travel, so we can also think of them as highways. We don’t want to be on the highway, as then we might get run over, but if we’re nearby, at a safe distance, we can get more customers.

    London is about 4 degrees east of nearest leyline meridian, Toronto is 2.5 degrees west of nearest leyline meridian, Washington DC is 0.2 degree east of nearest leyline meridian.

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    #15956
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    J.L.-Frusha
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    Thanks, Elspru! Zip puts it within about 5 miles… Close enough, maybe too close for some, LOL!

    Later,

    J.L.F.

    Never be afraid to try something new…

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

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