NBC News Story: Seastead Village in Paradise?

NBC News reports: “The village will serve as a showcase and test bed for technologies that will be needed to create much larger floating communities, says Joe Quirk, president of the Seasteading Institute, a San Francisco-based nonprofit that is the driving force behind Blue Frontiers. The institute hopes one day to establish full-scale floating cities that could […]

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The Inside Story of Floating Islands in French Polynesia

Seasteading is accelerating. News reports can’t keep up and frankly don’t have a clue. Want the real story? Want to know who, why, and how? Meet some of the leading seasteaders making it happen. It’s even more exciting than you think. Joe Quirk is solely responsible for this video’s content, especially the crazy stuff at […]

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Podcast: Michael Strong – How Seasteading Will Enrich the Poor

  Is the Startup Societies movement “the most Progressive movement on the planet“? It is if Progressivism’s moral imperative is to eliminate poverty on earth. Michael Strong, humanitarian author and education entrepreneur, explains to Joe Quirk why he served on the original Seasteading Institute Board of Directors to accelerate the means by which people create […]

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How Seasteading Will Restore the Environment

Did you know Buckminster Fuller designed a floating city for 5000 people in 1967?  Lyndon Johnson loved it and had the model installed in his White House. Guess why it never happened? In honor of our partnership with Clean Tech Open, Joe Quirk was invited to speak at Autodesk about how Seasteads could be an […]

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Conference Talks – Marc Collins, Neil Davies, Serge Planes

This series of talks features the Tahitian visionary who saw it all in his mind before he made it happen. Business leader, serial entrepreneur, and former Minister of Tourism Marc W. Collins explains why he felt it was vital that he spearhead seasteading in the Pacific. Note the humility and thankfulness that characterizes Polynesian leaders. […]

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