Seasteading will produce surprising innovations that we can’t possibly imagine.
In 1970, cruise ships were a luxury for rich people only. Now they’re cheaper per night than many coastal hotels. In 1990, cell phones were for the rich. Now children in some of the poorest countries use them. What changed? Rich people bought early models, which attracted innovators who wanted to make money by providingRead more
oil rigs and cruise ships are safe from pirates, and seasteads will be, too. There’s a flourishing industry of private security firms protecting thousands of ships on the ocean right now. They are far better equipped than pirates, and pirates have never boarded a ship with a private security team.
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