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.
“I certainly think if we had competition in governance, we would do a lot better,” Thiel remarked on The Rubin Report. Peter Thiel appeared on Dave Rubin’s show and frankly… Read More »Peter Thiel Speaks for 6 Minutes about Seasteading
Many sense that recent economic downturns in the developed world have resulted in part from a decline in our willingness to think big and take risks on new technology. Peter… Read More »Seasteading, Breakthrough Philanthropy Featured on CorporateKnights.com
Think about the smartest teenager (under 20) you know. Is this person passionate about science, technology, or entrepreneurship? Perhaps this person can create a business or technology that advances seasteading.… Read More »20 under 20 Thiel Fellowship Application Deadline Dec 31.
[Correction – 12/15, 10:30 AM : The original post said that Peter Thiel’s venture capital firm, Founders Fund, was behind the investment to Blueseed. The investment actually came from Thiel himself.]
The Wall Street Journal‘s executive online editor Alan Murray recently sat down with Paypal founder and Silicon Valley investor Peter Thiel and asked the question, “How Can Government Help Spur Innovation?”
At the Seasteading 2009 Conference, we were excited to unveil our new medium-term strategy, which we’ve dubbed The Poseidon Project. By 2015, TSI will create an independent seasteading community as the seed for the world’s first ocean city-state.