Maybe the ocean is a place where we can experiment with new ways of living.
The Thai government thinks floating around just outside its territorial waters could justify a death sentence for seasteaders.
Chad Elwartowski sees the spar beneath his seastead as a floating middle finger to those who "want to control other people's lives through force."
Two libertarians now have a private home off the coast of Thailand-proof of concept for a world of more competitive governance and greater ocean environmental health.
Arden is a suburb, an artist's colony, and a radical political experiment.
If the bureaucratic hurdles can be jumped, a real seastead could be floating in French Polynesian water in 2018.
The private sector strives to improve, while the government agency makes excuses.
Compare the lines at the Magic Kingdom with those at the Orlando International Airport and behold the advantage of free markets over government monopolies.
A proprietary community in Quebec
Citadel would be partially funded by weapons-manufacturing
A TV host plans a utopia.