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Podcast: Play in new window | Download Nathalie Mezza-Garcia is a complexity scientist and founder and CEO of Seaphia, a consulting firm for floating architecture projects. She is also the former Seavangelesse for Blue Frontiers and their Floating Island Project in French Polynesia. She recently launched the Journal of Special Jurisdictions offering a balanced analysisRead more
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Grant Romundt is the CEO of Ocean Builders, the company that built the first affordable, single-family seastead off the coast of Thailand. You can follow the story of the couple, Chad and Nadia, who lived on the first seastead home, in our documentary series called The First Seasteaders.Read more
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Commander Dale Brown of Threat Management Centers in Detroit began training people on Detroit’s east side to protect their families and businesses from violent drug gangs in 1994. His organization specializes in nonviolent strategies and tactics designed to create a nonviolent outcome. This interview was recorded in FebruaryRead more
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Dr. Mary Ruwart is a research scientist, ethicist, and a libertarian author and activist. She has a Ph.D. in Biophysics and worked as a senior research scientist developing new therapies for a variety of diseases. She serves as Chair for Liberty International and Secretary of the Foundation forRead more
The next season of the Seasteading Today podcast will begin on July 16, starting with a conversation with Dr. Mary Ruwart, author of Death by Regulation. Dr. Ruwart makes the argument that the Food and Drug Administration’s regulations have added dramatic costs to drug development without improving the safety and effectiveness of drugs available toRead more
What if the way to save the ocean is to live on it? Up until now, human civilization has had a largely negative impact on the health of the oceans. Waters have become more acidic, coral levels have decreased, and water toxicity has killed dolphins, sea turtles, and other sea life. With seasteads, we canRead more
Cleaning up our waste is important, but we must also change the systems we use to provide humanity with food and energy. To restore fish populations, reduce the acidity of the ocean, and remove pollutants will require the ingenuity of many people testing out their solutions to see what works. Humans need food, fuel, and clean water. The goal of seasteading is to provide for those needs while also restoring the environment.
What did Chad and Nadia do wrong? In Episode 8, rogue admirals in the Royal Thai Navy submit a long list of alleged crimes to the media, while Chad and Nadia sail for their lives, yet remain firm in their seasteading vision amidst violent trolls, specious media coverage, and home searches and interrogations of Nadia’sRead more
Charlie and Katie are on a roll! They are cooking the healthiest foods on a budget, and in the Season Finale of Eating Like a Seasteader, they bring you the crown jewel of California (avocado) wrapped in Nori, low-carb rice, and Charlie’s favorite ocean superfood: the sardine. Affordable, versatile, delicious, and nutrient dense — sardinesRead more