Seasteading is going to be a technological development.
Lots of old and new technology will be needed for survival out there
on the high seas. Sooner or later it will have to be the high seas for
political autonomy. Special economic zones are good too (IMHO).
Many of these technological developments, as research and development
will have to be done out there; in location of the seastead; on the high seas.
All these dangers are there; such as gas, and explosion an fire.
Just like in case of scuba diving, there are lots of dangers, and technology
and science is important to avoid the bends.
Some people can do it.
For example of a danger; landlubbers do not see: a spiral bound note book
on a boat. If that note book is placed on a 12V DC battery the way that
the metal spiral short circuits the battery, the spiral will glow, and the paper
will burn = fire danger. Is a 12V battery bad? Is a spiral note book bad?
Yes, there is a place where that combination can be deadly: 1000 miles
away from nothing.
Yes, technology is dangerous.(IMHO again)
It reminds me of a line from the kids movie ‘Indian in the Cupboard’:
“You should not do magic, you do not understand.”
Cars use very dangerous liquid: gasoline. Gasoline is flammable and explosive.
(IMHO again)Seasteading will have to use certain things that are
dangerous to people who do not understand the science of it.