This time-lapse video of Maker Faire by Bill Sherman was shot from right outside the TSI booth, so its basically a time-lapse video of us! You can see Liz throughout the video, as well as several volunteers, and a little of me (in the bright light blue shirt) towards the end.
We have a higher-resolution version of the flyby video posted awhile back. You can [download it](http://seasteading.org/files/videos/clubstead_flyby_hdtv.mp4) or watch it on YouTube below.
On Tuesday, April 7, I gave a talk on seasteading at the Cato Institute’s Policy Forum, followed by comments by Doug Bandow and Arnold Kling. The presentation was recorded and is available for viewing at the Cato Institute’s website. We also recorded a short podcast afterwards.
As always, you can find recordings and material about talks on the Past Talks page.
AMW sends us this video making it clear that cities on the sea are possible – they are being built every day. Like Royal Caribbean’s new ship – the biggest cruise ship ever:
Well, it’s not quite the Colbert Report, but Boston News Net has a hilarious segment about seasteading:
A seastead resort would of course have air and water sports equipment for vacationers. This would make a nice addition – a water-powered jet pack! Imagine doing this on the ocean…
With the release of all the engineering documents on our [ClubStead page](http://seasteading.org/strategic-areas/engineering/clubstead), lots of questions have come up. For example, some people have pointed out that the topside weight and platform load are incompatible, and that there are negative airgaps in some of the big wave scenarios.
We believe strongly in the virtues of transparency, which is why we released the engineering information as soon as we could – right after the patent was filed – even though it isn’t complete.
[Solid_Choke](http://seasteading.org/members/solidchoke) [posted this ad in the forums](http://seasteading.org/interact/forums/community/feedback-tsi/royal-caribbeans-new-ads), it’s great! Almost like they are thinking along seasteading-type lines.
The next trickle from our engineering wrap-up: a video of the ClubStead design in a hydrodynamic simulation of movement in 15′ waves. [Download the WMV](http://www.seasteading.org/files/clubstead.2009.01.20.15ftwaves.wmv), or watch it on YouTube: