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Episode 045 – Water World: Sea Steading
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Welcome to a floating episode of Down the Rabbit Hole! In this episode we talk about Seasteading or as we also called it: Water World.
Have you heard about Seasteading?
Seasteading is the concept of creating permanent dwellings at sea, called seasteads, outside the territory claimed by any government.
Seasteaders say such autonomous floating cities will foster faster development of techniques “to feed the hungry, cure the sick, clean the atmosphere and enrich the poor”. Critics say, among other things, that seasteads are designed more as a refuge for the wealthy to avoid taxes or other problems.
What do you think? Will this idea thrive or just become another interesting idea that will never take off?
Let us know your ideas!
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