floating city project

Seasteading Delegation To Meet With French Polynesian President

I am writing this blog from Bora Bora, where an international team of nine seasteading delegates* has convened to explore the opportunities for developing innovative sustainable floating islands in the protected atolls and harbors of this tropical nation. This Friday, September 16th, our delegation will formally present a proposal for a seastead to French Polynesian […]

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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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Update: Wave Tank Test Scheduled for Floating City Project

We’ve entered the next phase of the Floating City Project. A model of the design we produced with our colleagues at DeltaSync is currently being tested in a towing tank at the University of New Orleans, School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. This study is led by our partner Michael Capitain of Welwynd Marine […]

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