Michael Eliot is the founder of Ventive Floathouse. He is working on a ⅛ scale prototype of his uniquely designed floating home.
Freedom Haven is an open-design, freedom-based seasteading micronation founded by Tony Olsen. Tony was inspired to launch Freedom Haven while researching the Tiny Home movement and using shipping containers to… Read More »Container Ship Community with Tony Olsen
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… Read More »Local Connections with Nathalie Mezza-Garcia
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,… Read More »Startup Seasteading Business with Grant Romundt
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… Read More »Security and Safety for New Floating Communities with Dale Brown
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… Read More »Coming soon! Season 3 of the Seasteading Today podcast
The biggest problem is inept, incompetent, dysfunctional government. It’s the least innovative industry in the entire world and the result of that is mass poverty.
Ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) uses the temperature difference between cooler deep water and warmer surface-level water to run a heat engine to produce useful work, usually in the form of electricity. Fresh water is a byproduct of this process.
Neil Sims and his colleagues at Kampachi Farms are refining methods for producing sustainable, scalable, and (most importantly) delicious fish. Sims believes that the best way to improve the environment… Read More »Fish Farms for Saving the Ocean with Neil Anthony Sims