Libertarians Seek a Home on the High Seas

Courtesy of Seasteading Institute The unlikely rise-and anti-democratic impulses-of seasteading. In 1968, the inventor and environmentalist R. Buckminster Fuller wrote an essay in Playboy envisioning the city of the future. The new metropolis would consist of a giant tetrahedron-a pyramid made of equilateral triangles-a shape that Fuller, the popularizer of the geodesic dome, admired for its stability and symmetry.