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ellmer – http://yook3.com replied to the topic the quest for space – what is the planetary population maximum in the forum Business 19 hours, 9 minutes ago
The real estate squaremeter number that needs to be built on the ocean in floating structures is the equivlent of 70 Empire State Buildings, per day, – each day – during the next 30 years. Just to supply the demand, and give 40 squaremeters of housing space to each additional born human on the planet. This sounds like the future of companies that…[Read more]
ellmer – http://yook3.com replied to the topic the quest for space – what is the planetary population maximum in the forum Business 1 day, 23 hours ago
In 1970, there were roughly half as many people in the world as there are now.
Back then the “equilibrium on the planet” was still “more or less ok” today it isn’t – today we must do something radical to make things sustainable and this radical thing is “massive seasteading” and “massive ocean…[Read more]
ellmer – http://yook3.com started the topic the quest for space – what is the planetary population maximum in the forum Business 2 days ago
Overpopulation and the quest for space on the planet will obligate mankind to use the space resources that have been untouched so far. 99% of our “available space volume” is in the waterbody of the oceans.
I postulate that land space can only carry, nurture, and supply, some 4 billion humans. We passed this mark some 2 decades ago. We have now 6…[Read more]
ellmer – http://yook3.com replied to the topic landspace is locked, oceanic space is free, mobilis in mobili in the forum Active Seasteading Projects 2 days, 2 hours ago
Mobilis in Mobili was Captain Nemo’s Motto. Like any new frontier the ocean frontier will create billionairs, inventors, a technology boost, and a new form of living.
Get a foothold in ocean colonization:
The Captain Nemo…[Read more]
ellmer – http://yook3.com replied to the topic landspace is locked, oceanic space is free, mobilis in mobili in the forum Active Seasteading Projects 3 days, 4 hours ago
Skyline Cartagena Colombia, one picture says it all, emerging tiger nation port cities running out of development space. The future of business, the future of freedom, who is NOT looking into ocean colonization right now, will look like a Neandertal in a few years.
ellmer – http://yook3.com replied to the topic landspace is locked, oceanic space is free, mobilis in mobili in the forum Active Seasteading Projects 3 days, 5 hours ago
Randy made this magnificent interview with Albert K Lu and there is this Title that sums up things…
EXPORING THE BUSINESS OF LIBERTY…
ellmer – http://yook3.com replied to the topic landspace is locked, oceanic space is free, mobilis in mobili in the forum Active Seasteading Projects 3 days, 16 hours ago
The situation: there are 6 billion humans on the planet. To get a equilibrium with nature having about 4 billion in land based cities is the “planetary maximum”. The 5 billion rest needs to solve their housing needs in the only space that is left and available – the oceans.
This creates a need for a “marine construction business” of gargantuan…[Read more]
ellmer – http://yook3.com started the topic landspace is locked, oceanic space is free, mobilis in mobili in the forum Active Seasteading Projects 3 days, 16 hours ago
global investors radar map
Global investors business opportunity map…CIVETS nations “fast growing emerging economies” around the globe.
Global investors business headquarters, to attend business everywhere it comes up. Yachts have gone beyond “luxury pleasure boating” those people live permanently on the ocean, travel worldwide,…[Read more]
ellmer – http://yook3.com commented on the post, The Power & Market Report interviews Randolph Hencken 3 days, 23 hours ago
Randy, excellent interview !
Shred, it has less freedom than a yacht.
So what is the value to explore a experiment that points to much less than what is here and working on large scale already. To flesh it out on an example: Abramovich has a missile defense sistem on his…[Read more]
This is how the space that needs to be colonized looks like. It is the only space available to human expansion that we can use.
The point of seasteading and ocean colonization is to make the 99% of the space where humans normally can’t live and don’t live (the oceans) available for human colonization. When ever we talk about a technology like a…[Read more]
Industrial sized floating concrete segments for a undersea tunnel project…floating out of the drydock. Similar elements can be assembled as foundation for a floating city.
Models for protected Bays:
To accomodate this demand of housing space, fabrication sites on the ocean need to be established that crank out housing space in a rate of a family houses per day – possible models…
Models for less protected waters:
Marine construction business. 5 billion humans will need real estate squaremeters at sea in the next 30 years as there is no development space left in land cities…
This mean that the equivalent of 780.000 Empire state buildings needs to be built at sea. 26.000 Empire State Building per year…every year…in the next 30 years.
Aquaculture towns at sea picture it something like that…
A “thousands of shiploads per day industry” does not only create an industry for building the cages, it creates an industry for distribution of the product (a additional branch of oceanic transport) it creates an industry for building the ships that will transport that fish, and…[Read more]
Ken Sims, any “educated guess” how this billion dollar industry of oceanic drift cages can be kicked off, how it will be structured, what kind of “upfront investment” a “typical ocean farmer” would face to be part of this industry ? What is the minimum cage volume a “farmer” would need to make a living out of this business. What are the…[Read more]
Only the nutrition of those 5 billion overflow population that can not be placed on the continents will require a “oceanic meat/fish industry” that produces 500 billion kg of meat/fish per year. To wrap your head around the number this is hundred million ship loads full of fish…per YEAR !!! all this industry needs to pop up in the next years…[Read more]
This is how 99% of the “space volume available to human activity” looks like. In 30 years from now we have 9 billion people – land based resources on the continents can only sustain some 4 billion of them. The “rest” of 5 billion need to cover their nutrition needs, their housing needs, and the production needs for their laptops and consumer…[Read more]
World population growing 1 billon per decade…Graph from ice age to modern times. If we do not unleash the agricultural power of the ocean in the next few years human development on earth becomes unsustainable…only ocean drift cages are a technology at reach that can get us there…
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