Seasteading Today with Joe Quirk, Featuring José Cordeiro

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  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 successful Special Economic Zone (SEZ), a region where economic restrictions are  Continue Reading »

Seasteading 3.0: Executive End of Year Message

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[From the Desk of Executive Director Randolph Hencken] The future is the Blue Frontier, and we are edging closer everyday. Many of you reading this message have been following and supporting the activities of the Institute since our inception; others  Continue Reading »

Epilogue: Waiting for FDA to Answer Our Question

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I hope this week-long series (parts 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5) has been enjoyable to read, even if the content frustrated you like it has me. I felt compelled to share this story with you for a multitude of  Continue Reading »

Part 5: Waiting for FDA to Answer Our Question

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Today we present the final installment in our five-part-series chronicling my efforts to get the FDA to confirm or deny a hypothesis I came came up with over a year ago. Rather than recap each part of the series, you  Continue Reading »

Part 4: Waiting for FDA to Answer Our Question.

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Please enjoy this fourth installment in our five-part series about my efforts to investigate my hypothesis that a foreign-flagged vessel could legally operate a non-FDA approved medical business out of a U.S. port, as long as it sailed beyond territorial  Continue Reading »

Part 3: Waiting for FDA to Answer Our Question

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Here is the third installment in our five part series about my efforts to investigate my hypothesis that a foreign-flagged vessel could legally operate a non-FDA approved medical business out of a U.S. port, as long as it sailed beyond  Continue Reading »

Part 2: Waiting for FDA to Answer Our Question.

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This is the second part in our five part series. Yesterday Joe shared how I came up with a hypothesis that a foreign-flagged vessel could legally operate a non-FDA approved medical business out of a U.S. port, as long as it  Continue Reading »

Celebrating One Year Waiting for FDA to Answer Our Question (part 1)

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Welcome to the first part of a five-part series that recounts my efforts over the past year to initiate a medical tourism business functioning outside of the jurisdiction of US government agencies, while operating from US ports. Rather than overwhelm  Continue Reading »

Floating City Project Update, Dec 2014

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Fact-finding & Diplomatic Floating City Project Mission Last month we took a delegation of architects and engineers to an undisclosed location on a fact-finding and diplomatic mission for our Floating City Project with the intention of locating the first floating city in  Continue Reading »

Infographic: How Seasteading Can Improve the World

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WE WERE STUNNED to receive this gorgeous and informative work of art! Mammoth Infographics created an elegant integration of prose and pictures – a perfect way to introduce your friends to the promise of seasteading. Check it out and share  Continue Reading »