There is a lot of information about Cay Sal online. Where do you thing we got it from? None of us visited Cay Sal,…
True to a certain extent Larry. I’d rather do the “seasteading coop” we were talking about instead of the “one owner” operation.
How can seasteading be a “one owner” operation? That’s dictatorship…
- There are not too many people who REALLY want to seastead.
- Most of the people who want to seastead have very different views about what seasteading is, therefore there is very little consensus of HOW to seastead.
That didn’t happen in what,…12-15 years by now? Well, Blue Frontier pending,…
I’d rather convince those with little finance to join us. It might take less then 10 years,… After all, they just want a better life for them and their families, rather than a hefty ROI.
No, LOL. Because there is nothing there yet, and not because Cay Sal is not “desirable” or there is something “wrong” with it.
There is nothing wrong with Cay Sal. Au contraire my friend. The potential is HUGE.
Imagine living permanently at the tropics, feet away from blue holes and best diving sites, feet away from pristine coral reefs and best snorkeling sites, feet away from the best wahoo, tuna, snapper and lobster fishing sites WHILE making some money with LESS stress, anxiety, mortgage payments, rent, politicians, traffic, commute, work, bosses, parking tickets, (or any other of the thousands of reasons to go seasteading).
I don’t see nothing wrong with that picture. In Cay Sal, or Bora Bora, or Belize, or in the middle of the Pacific (probably the most desirable since you can actually “govern” yourself).