The Seasteading Institute’s Communication Director and Author Joe Quirk answers: “What Do Seasteaders Want?”
Artisanopolis, created by Gabriel Scheare, Luke & Lourdes Crowley, and Patrick White of Roark 3D and Fortgalt as a gift to The Seasteading Institute, in conjunction with the Institute’s Architectural Design Contest.
Joe Quirk was asked to perform a PechaKucha, a fast-paced Japanese presentation style in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each, requiring the speaker to narrate without controlling the slides or showing his face.
The Seasteading Institute’s Joe Quirk breaks down the top five things to know about our Floating City Project.
The technology to foster the fluid mechanics of voluntary societies is at hand.
The Seasteading Institute is a nonprofit think-tank working to provide a machinery of freedom to choose new societies on the blue frontier.
The most successful floating cities can then inspire change around the world.
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