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  • #25195
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    Grammatically more correct: may I ask where you live .

    #25194
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    Peter Houlihan, may I ask where do you live.
    I live in Florida, USA.
    Respectfully;
    spark

    #25193
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    Yes, it is JW the fantasy fiction writer. Smith I apologize, but sometimes
    it is just too hard to tell.

    #25175
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    Hello Peter,
    Sounds good. I go get an aquarium. Where do I get Pinna nobilis?

    #25173
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    nobilis

    #25171
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    Pinna mobilis and seasilk is a very interesting idea.
    I am interested. I would like to learn more about it.
    I am planning to try to grow it. Anyways, I have been
    thinking about a salt water aquarium. I have access to lots of
    salt water.

    #25170
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    I would like to introduce the term ‘high dollar fanatics’.

    #25169
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    I think, Smith has stated something like he is writing a science fiction fantasy.
    That is an e cuse for him. The same word and phrase might have a different meaning
    for him.

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    More abiut cinder blocks.
    The cinder block is an idea of a modular building that can be done or
    can be continued on water. It is the idea that an incomlete structure
    can be continuosly built bigger and bigger while it is already floating
    in water. This might cut down on the need of dry dock.
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    To continuosly build an already floating structure, boats are necessary
    to transfer supplies.
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    So your comment of buying a boat is correct, in my opinion.
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    I have a boat. I sailed yesterday.
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    #25167
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    Hello,
    Well, saving money: what money?
    We are trying to get to an agreement and from that to a cooperated effort.
    In plain English, agree to do something together.
    “we”
    Im my opinion, it is important to know what each word means.
    The same words and phrases can mean different things to different people.
    So, first we going to have to hammer it out with words. It is we, because
    in my mind I already know what I mean. I am a legend of my own mind, and
    I see that I am not alone.
    Instead of saveing money , I would like to use the term ‘low budget’.
    -))) no hard feelings.

    #25137
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    Hi,
    For me, seasteading represents a certain extent of sovereignty .
    All land is claimed by counrties. So it is possible to buy a land under
    that countries sovereignty, that owns it. But sovereignty is not fo sale.
    It will probably have to be on stilts, or it will have to float, or it
    will have to be under water on this planet. Could be all the three different
    ways, and more. I am not against the combination of all of those.
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    The basic thing would be, by my opinion, is free movement of people between
    seasteads, or anywhere else they might want to go.

    #25111
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    A permanent selfsustaining Burning Man on water.

    #25109
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    So, the natural laws: (or Laws)
    Biological systems, animals and echosystems defend self by
    (my way of understanding it)
    hide, run, hide, run, fight, play dead
    Play dead may be a way of hiding.

    #25101
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    Hi ellmer,
    Sure, you are right. Please delete my comment.
    No hard feelings.

    #25093
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    Hi ellmer;

    Seems to it is true that:
    “It is not about how deep – it is about avoid wave crest impacts,
    and intermitent liquid air contacts.”
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    I did some surfing in California, and I swam in the ocean a lot.
    I did body surfing too. Seems like going a little bit under the water
    makes it a lot easier to avoid the effect of waves.
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    My idea, at this time, would be to make a dome shaped ferrocement structure
    and rest it on a catamaran shape double hull. With water ballast the structure
    could sink a bit under surface and the sphere shaped dome would not be affected
    much by the waves, the double hull could be deep enough.
    Emptying the water ballast, the dome would be completely out of water and it
    would be possible to tow the structure like a catamaran barge.
    And to build it a modular way: geodesic dome, and etc…
    You know, crazy ideas section.

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