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Nature science journal & podcast investigates Blue Frontiers

“…the Seasteading Institute is building excitement and courting potential investors with a series of gatherings…”        — Nature, an International Weekly Journal of Science The esteemed science journal Nature published a solid investigation about the Blue Frontiers project in Tahiti, including an enjoyable 7-minute podcast. “Blue Frontiers isn’t asking French Polynesia for any […]

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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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Podcast: Lotta Moberg – The Political Economy of Special Economic Zones

I wouldn’t understand the power of seasteading if I didn’t understand the power of Special Economic Zones. What are those? Let’s ask the expert.     Lotta Moberg has written several academic papers on Special Economic Zones, as well as this essay in The Daily Caller I mention in our conversation. She recently published an applauded book, The Political Economy […]

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The Ultimate Seasteading Podcast

“I fell in love immediately.” Talking to the incomparable David Frizzell, Leadership Consultant and host of the Team Guru Podcast, reminded me of how I felt when I first grokked the possibilities of seasteading “It blew the top of my head off,” said David. “And I said I want to be a part of that.” […]

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Podcast: Seasteading = Better Than Sustainable

My controversial interview with the Sustainable Communities Summit is now free.   Host Alan James allowed me to talk at length about the entrepreneurs who plan to show the world how to think beyond sustainability – and beyond politics itself. I succeeded in blowing Alan’s mind. You’ll notice several times when I stop talking, he catches his breath for a moment, […]

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Podcast: SeaZones Compared to Nation States? Tom W. Bell Explains

Why should seastead law operate better than land-based law? What is the nature of consent? What’s the difference between a Special Economic Zone and a SeaZone? How can legal systems be open-source like Linux? What are some concrete examples of cities that created prosperity by providing platforms for legal startups? One of our most staunch seastead legal innovators, author […]

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Podcast: Robert Ballard & 3D-Printed FLIPsteads

Why haven’t seasteads been built yet? Robert Ballard, famous oceanographer who discovered the RMS Titanic, reminds us every time we talk to him that the technology for stability on the high seas is the RV FLIP, which has been repeatedly deployed on the high seas since 1962. What’s with the 54-year delay? Why, asks Bob, did […]

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Podcast: Texas Lawyer interviews Seavangelist. Politically Fight or Create?

We’ve switched things up for this installment of Seasteading Today. Rather than have Joe Quirk interview a seasteader, our accomplished Board member Susanna Dokupil interviewed Joe. This podcast is an excellent primer on the fundamental world view of seasteading. Joe shares and defends several core tenets of why human capacity is better spent pioneering new societies […]

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