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seasteading, remote location, development dynamics, stagnation...



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discussion: develop an island in mid pacific...

Guys, a island in the middle of nowhere without a economy to plug in, without attractions to pull business is just pointless no matter if it is artificial or natural you never will get investment to build anything for a “mid pacific location” most you can get is a “polinesian lifstyle” based on local fishing and yuca gardenery that is it. The polinesians do “island steading in the mid pacific” for thousands of years – what is the point to repeat this experiment. It is basicly the same like the Tanka the Sea Gypsies, the floating Neutrinos, Richi Sowa, etc. etc.. what matters is the TRANSITION CAPACITY of a floating project. http://www.seasteading.org/forum-list/topic/big-things-have-small-beginnings-transition-capabilty-key-feature/
What you need to get is a ongoing development dynamics like in the historical model of VENICE. http://concretesubmarine.activeboard.com/t56710025/venice-italy-how-to-do-instructions-for-seasteading-from-his/
What diferenciates this model from “Tanka floating stagnation models” http://concretesubmarine.activeboard.com/t58002383/big-things-have-small-beginnings-transition-capability-key-f/?page=1#comment-58002451 is its LOCATION in a interference free space on important seatrade routes brokering power interests around it successfully plugging into trade and controling it.
Mid ocean locations are not feasible for a startup. Baystead comes first. You need to create economic dynamics to grow a floating city. Remote locations are only feasible when you already have a business dynamics so big that the city becomes a business center of its own. (Size of Las Vegas)
Picture a feasible seasteading setup with business dynamics something like in the image above, a baystead near a emerging shoreside city running out of development space, projecting to the watersurface in the sense of a “marine cluster development”.



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