Once a month, we will host an online discussion on a topic related to seasteading. Seasteading is living on environmentally restorative floating islands with some degree of political autonomy. The… Read More »Free Private Cities with Titus Gebel (Governance Part 2)
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.
The biggest problem is inept, incompetent, dysfunctional government. It’s the least innovative industry in the entire world and the result of that is mass poverty.
Got a pad of paper? We need a government for our town. Quick! We’re Sandy Springs, we just gained independence, and we don’t have much time. A hundred thousand citizens… Read More »The Day Oliver Porter Created a Privately Run City
Why don’t we hear about private security guard brutality at Disneyland and on cruise ships? Where does law come from? How do people cooperate enough to get law started in… Read More »Edward Stringham’s book “Private Governance”
Patri Friedman’s April 12 TEDxSF talk, “Our Ocean and the Evolution of Societies,” is now up on YouTube. In the talk, his third at a TEDx event, Patri offered an… Read More »Video of Seasteading TEDxSF Talk: An Idea Worth Spreading