During the California Gold Rush of 1849, a lucky prospector struck it rich and proceeded to demand the most expensive meal the nearby saloon could produce. Thus, the Hangtown Fry was born.
In this video, Joe McKinney of the Startup Societies Foundation explains on the Tom Woods Show why he is ready to stop arguing in the political arena and start building new communities that set examples for good governance.
Are you getting enough DHA? Seafood may be the best medicine for neural issues, cognitive decline, and difficulty paying attention because it contains this potent Omega-3 fatty acid found in only a few foods.
Wakame – although it’s extremely popular as a salad base in Japan and East Asia, it’s considered an invasive species here in the Bay Area. In this episode, Charlie and… Read More »Eating Like a Seasteader: Wacky Wakame Cucumber Salad
Huge old governments are less able to innovate and try new things. Small, newer nations can try new things, see if they work, and the rest of the world will follow. It happens all the time.
Two Ambassadors. One Kitchen. A variety of seafood. Join Charlie Deist, Health Coach and Katie Chowne, Lead Ambassador as they explore recipes that incorporate seaweeds, fish, and anything else we might find on a seastead.
Boats and seasteads are as different as cars and houses. A boat is designed to maintain stability by moving through the waves. It can’t stay in one place, and it… Read More »Seasteading! Why not just live on a boat?
Sometimes people from the Navy and from oil rigs in the North Sea say Seasteaders are naïve. But environments on the sea are as diverse as environments on land. Just as the continents feature the Himalayas and the Sahara, the oceans feature the North Sea and the tropics.
Regulations are the rules by which a society is organized. The least intrusive regulations provide a process for resolving conflicts between individuals and organizations. More intrusive regulations govern the economic and moral activity of individuals and organizations.