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|Drinks in Common: Occupy SF vs Seasteading|
|Date||Thursday November 03|
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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189 Ellsworth St.
SF, CA 94110
Drinks in Common hosts Seasteading advocate Michael Keenan addressing
When land's hard to come by, build on water! Seasteading: What are the environmental, social, and business COST/Benefits?
Occupy San Francisco is apparently calling for refusing to budge from where people are now. That could be translated into awesome public policy shifts, but is it? Elsewhere there are those calling for abandoning the current regime's dominions and instead occupying the high seas where no federal law prevails. The latter are seasteaders, advocating for radical shifts of governance and economic model beyond the pale of City Hall, Sacramento, and D.C.
Come hear the seasteaders response to Occupy SF, and hear a challenge laid down to Abandon SF/Seasteaders by Jubilee/Torah-philes.
In our end is our beginning.
at Notable House
189 Ellsworth St. in San Francisco
Complimentary supper at 7, remarks at 7:30,
Q & A at 8 pm.
for more about seasteading, visit
Michael Keenan - President
Michael Keenan is a software developer and entrepreneur from New Zealand. At First NZ Capital, he helped develop the software that launched the company from New Zealand's market leader to a world-class financial services platform. Since then, Michael joined The BECC Consulting Group, developing software that has been used by almost all Taiwan's top multinational companies, and has helped consolidate BECC's position as the premier solution for companies seeking communications consulting in Taiwan. The son of two economic scholars, Michael has been interested in improving governments since he was a youth. Before becoming president of The Seasteading Institute, Michael was a seasteading member and volunteer, traveling all the way from Taiwan to donate months of work to the mission. He had also traveled from the UK to attend the first seasteading conference in California in 2008, and he flew from Taiwan to participate in the seasteading cruise conference out of Florida in 2011.