Joe Quirk: Why We Love French Polynesia August 23, 2019 Tags:and, climate, culture, ecology, Innovation, libertarian, liberty, politics, presentation, seasteading, speech, sustainability, tahiti, talks, tech, technology, that, the Related Posts Luke & Emma Play Cards Against Humanity! || LukeIsNotSexy and Emma Blackery Nicolas Cage: 5 Bonkers Performances We Love Scheduling Efficiency & Law Enforcement – InTime About The Author admin 5 Comments Scifi_by_Allen Crowley Great Talk June 15, 2017 Reply ZORN Are you going to post all the other speakers' talks? June 16, 2017 Reply MetalGearMk3 This is exciting! Starting small is a excellent idea. Just thinking out loud, Ideally you would want to produce enough food(veggies/fish) for everyone living on a seastead – past illustration do not depict this. So a bit of social engineering is required, for something that can work in the long term. Have you guys thought about what system will you do use growing veggies? You'll need a structure that can be extreme tall(for maximum food production), evenly space out in a modular system. Are you guys still going to use geopolymer as the foundation? The foundation is the most important thing, it has to be cheap material yet be low maintenance ,something that can last hundreds if not thousand of years of seawater. I've love to do some designs/illustration of a seastead island system. June 16, 2017 Reply Zaphnath Paaneah France must return land to Polynesians.I think that terrorism will not end in France. June 22, 2017 Reply Barry Dutton Sells Homes Hope Floats!! March 29, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.