Joe Quirk discusses progress in the seasteading movement in season 2, episode 1 of the Seasteading Today podcast.
Do you have a vision for how life will be for people living on seasteads in the near or distant future? Bring that vision to life in a novel!
From 2015-2017, The Seasteading Institute published ten episodes of the Seasteading Today podcast with Joe Quirk introducing the seasteading community to the engineers, designers and activists who were actively working… Read More »Announcing the relaunch of the Seasteading Today Podcast!
Regulations are the rules by which a society is organized. The least intrusive regulations provide a process for resolving conflicts between individuals and organizations. More intrusive regulations govern the economic and moral activity of individuals and organizations.
The United States was founded as a tax haven. The British Empire tried to impose taxes by force, but a small group of colonists thought they could do a better job governing themselves. The United States became a haven for people dissatisfied with everything the old governments did poorly.
The dawn of the age of Seasteading began on February 2, 2019, when Ocean Builders achieved an engineering feat and an environmental feat. First they proved a single-family seastead can float stably in international waters for less than the cost of the average American home.
One of the 8 Great Moral Imperatives of Seasteading is to Live in Balance with Nature, and in order to do that, cities must stop functioning as parasites and start functioning as symbionts.
The first small step to humanity’s future on the seas has been taken. Are you ready to make the leap and live free on the sea? In Episode 4, Chad… Read More »THE FIRST SEASTEADERS 4: Living the Life
The hits keep coming for our seasteaders, Chad and Nadia, as they work to lift the platform on to the spar. In Episode 3: Lifting the Stead, carefully made plans… Read More »THE FIRST SEASTEADERS 3: Lifting the Stead