Is Shenzhen a precedent for seasteads? We ask Venezuelan scientist, futurist, economist, engineer and author, José Luiz Cordeiro, in this podcast interview.
Shenzhen is China’s first and most […]
Shenzhen is probably a precedent for what will happen on our planet in the next 30 years – for good – or for bad – anyhow – things are changing fast and business as usual is not feasible anymore.
Ocean colonization, and domestication, seems to be the only feasible solution at hand.
All this is humanities step out of its childhoods pants.
Seasteading development is about “removing the bottleneck” that stands in the way of fast progress…
China removed a “ruling bottleneck” the result is obvious… Shenzhen is pointing towards what could happen if we play our cards right…
Thank you for all of your informative posts and inspirational pictures! I agree there is much opportunity for the medical industry to benefit from the concept of seasteading. Joe goes over a lot of this in his “Cure the Sick” video (linked below). There are already medical cruise ships, so I could certainly imagine floating…[Read more]
Have you watched The Eight Great Moral Imperatives video series? Joe talks about how algae are some of the most nutritious foods in the world, and definitely vegetarian! Check out the video here:
Engineers at NASA watched the “8 Great Moral Imperatives of Seasteading” videos and invited Joe Quirk to visit NASA and speak about sustainable food and fuel on the ocean. Then they threw a party. Join us in […]
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