Archived-Discussions Housing busts, household mobility, and seasteadingby The Seasteading Institute2008-10-152022-05-19From Calculated Risk:Share:Tags:dynamic geography previousPost-conference updates: brainstorming sessions, blog postsnextDiscussion on seasteading challenges 2 thoughts on “Housing busts, household mobility, and seasteading” vincecate 2008-10-18 at 3:43 am Log in to Reply I got back from CA on the night of Tuesday the 14th and on the night of Wed the 15th Hurricane Omar came close to Anguilla. My wife had told me about it like 3 days before it got here. It was a category 3 hurricane but like 50 miles away so that the winds here got up to just 60 MPH, which is not the 74 MPH for a “hurricane” at our location. Still, there were enough trees near power lines that it took till like 7 pm on Fri 17th to get power back to our place (less than 48 hours). Some places in Anguilla still do not have power. Anyway, if we had a seastead and had been on my proposed migration schedule we would not have had our house anywhere near this hurricane. 🙂 http://wiki.seasteading.org/index.php/User:Vincecate/Migration Thorizan 2008-10-20 at 4:34 pm Log in to Reply Or even something like a submersible ball house or what have you… 60 feet down, and the waters are totally calm. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.