Wednesday, November 23, 2011

But... Aren't Sattelites Supposed to Be in Space?

From an article on seasteading:

"but the duo envisions the top platform holding buildings, gardens, solar panels, wind turbines and (of course) satellites for internet access."

1 comment:

  1. Seems a bit capital intensive to me.

    It's a pain to maintain a small 26 foot motorboat for going out on the lakes, let alone maintaining a vessel that is out to sea at all times-- salt water is a force to be reckoned with-- sea structures are even worse on capital and maintenance costs.

    While I understand some of the premise behind it, I think that it is kind of stupid and uneconomical.


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