Seasteading is not a plan for society but a platform for anybody to try their own plans for society.
Environmentalists love seasteading because it’s an affordable way for coastal communities to adapt to sea level change and seasteads could potentially be the first societies to improve the natural environment.
Conservatives love seasteading because frontiers invigorate traditional values like responsibility and self-reliance.
Progressives love seasteading because it’s the ultimate means to accelerate progress in good governance.
Libertarians love seasteading because it is an excellent technology for creating voluntary societies that don’t force anyone to participate if they don’t choose to.
What makes seasteading different from land governments is that it allows you to create any kind of society you want. When you can float, you can vote by moving your house.
This is why seasteading is a common cause for all ideologies, especially those that have not been invented yet.
By Joe Quirk and Jackson Sullivan