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Craig Eggenberger
Craig Eggenberger

These inventions are really great, but who is going to pay for them?  The People?  Of course!

Kevin Mehta
Kevin Mehta

Best Future of World By such invention!! 

George Cabajar
George Cabajar

I think the future is now for these floating cities especially in the Far East countries including the Philippines which faces an average of 20 typhoons a year and  is so over-populated with such small land areas available only for habitation. 

Andy Crapp
Andy Crapp

New item added to bucket list, got to the Green Sea Star dressed as Super Mario Brothers.

Michael Clarkson
Michael Clarkson

Quite like the concepts of these. A short-term solution for overcrowding and could just open the way for urbanisation on the water

Kantapong Poolsombat
Kantapong Poolsombat

Highly possible in the near future of global warming era with widespread floods.

merle fultz
merle fultz

It's more than a warning about overpopulation. It's not a matter of how many children you can afford, it's how many can the planet afford?

Thomas Mcfeely
Thomas Mcfeely

Years ago they told me to buy real estate their not making anymore

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