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
Agriculture on land may not be able to keep up with the demand for food. We need alternative choices of food and animal feed. The solution can be found in cultivating seaweed.
Karina Czapiewska is one of the founders of Blue 21, which designs, engineers and implements floating architecture. Their goal is to create floating cities that have a positive impact on the surrounding ecology.
Joe Quirk discusses progress in the seasteading movement in season 2, episode 1 of the Seasteading Today podcast.
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!