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Quoted by: >>1841366

I want to help with The Manhattan Beach Project.

Which field should I concentrate on?

>> No.1841345

radioactive decay

>> No.1841349
Quoted by: >>1841371

this image made me curious.

what is that? and when will it be a reality?

>> No.1841354

biotechnology seems like a good bet

>> No.1841356

Nice 3D cock and balls in that cloud formation.

>> No.1841357

Get a biology degree, choose for yourself. By the time you've got your undergrad and you're in a position to help, you'll be more qualified than me.

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>> No.1841370

What are the tendril things in that pic?

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Floating city, and maybe within 20-50 years? It depends on how exponential the rate of advancement is. Here's more.

>> No.1841388
Quoted by: >>1841411


Seasteads were plentiful, but most were abandoned when algae blooming started to release hydrogen sulfide gas into the atmosphere. A few exist that are closed systems, purifying their own air, but for the most part the only people who live permanently at sea are ideological crazies who bought old seafloor resorts when the wealthy got bored with them.

>> No.1841411


Ohhhh! I get it! You're a roleplayer! How fun!

And all this time I just thought you were insane.

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