Party of Citizens wrote:
> On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Mike Lorrey wrote:
> > Trade it in for a plexiglass bubble and live under water. Global warming
> > is an immense opportunity to develop mass production techniques for
> > pressure vessels for underwater living, the first step in acclimatizing
> > humanity to colonizing space. All of these island nations that risk
> > total immersion should be focusing their money on developing underwater
> > infrastructure, ocean thermal energy systems.
> How about just starting to build shoreline floating apartment complexes
> like the recently completed "World of ResidenSea"? Existing buildings in a
> place like Vancouver have a limited life span. As the sea rises, the old
> buildings get torn down anyway and the new ones to replace them can float
> so they will be relocated as the owners wish. Operation Noah?
Build pressure tubes around the apartment buildings. I've noticed in my
visits to Vancouver that there are many apartment buildings that are
quite narrow and tall. You could build a plexiglass wall around them,
level by level as the sea level rises. The undersea views will increase
the property values of the lower levels as reefs grow on the sea bed....
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