@NickGri • I checked on the tech specs and this adds new info to the conversation we had on march 6 | 2016 | about the possibilty to settle the oceanic space from surface to bottom .
While concrete spheres (see ocean sphere concept) made of normal concrete are limited to a depth rating of 1000m, spheres made of this kind of “special composite materials” can reach the average ocean depth of 4276m and beyond.
This opens a tremendous volume of space for human settlement and exploration. Vent Base Alpha is on the horizon of feasibility.
(Maximum depth | tubular concrete structures | hydrostatic load | spheres | oceanic business alliance)
The oceanic business alliance (nautilusmaker® ) has a big deep diving live and work aboard submarine with global mobility in its project pipeline.
Deep Sea salvage (San Jose), diamond mining in deeper water (DeBeers), alluvial deep water gold deposits in ancient pre-ice age riverbeds, and hydrothermal riches are waiting to be exploited for the pionieers who can make the technology work. We have already shown that we can. It is for a good reason that Jules Verne envisioned Captain Nemo to be the richest man on earth resorting to gold for ballasting his ship.
The other interesting business field is the oceanic surface floating construction market - it is huge -
Would you be open to strategic cooperation in these business fields ?
Postulate: Advanced Cement Composites will first prosper in the code free ambient of ocean colonization and only later find entrance in the normal land based construction industry.