6.5 Inch Grendel round
Why this round in particular? It would be more cost effective to use the 5.56 round or any mass produced round instead. For many seasteaders, budgeting is going to be a necessity, and spending money on expensive ammo for a marginal advantage in maritime combat seems superfluous.
Removed the link to concentration camps. It's often best to include no information in a wiki, rather than bad information/reasoning.
Bad wiki page.
While this page has some merits, I believe it seriously needs redoing completely.
It simply does not relate well with the project.
I could volunteer to do this in a month or so after a months vacation.
I concurr to an extent. I would argue that for seasteading to eventually produce viable independent micro-nations, methods for enforcing property rights must be discussed. However, I would argue that there's far too much in this article, and a lot of it is very specific. I would suggest the creation of a Defense category, that the Defense article summarise the different types of threats seasteads may face and a general discussion of the issues. Discussion of specific threats and specific solutions be moved to separate articles. There's a lot of work here, but it's important because unless seasteads can have ownership enforced, they can never be commercially viable. --Sconzey 02:11, 17 February 2009 (UTC)