Cities in the sea trailer
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clip from Cities in the Sea The Venus Project presents Cities in the Sea We often speak of underdeveloped land areas, but rarely of the greatest undeveloped natural resource on the planet, the world's oceans. Although human used the oceans of the world for thousands of years as a source of food and transportation. We are only now beginning to recognize the enormous potential and diversity of this relatively untapped resource. The oceans offer almost unlimited less environment for food, energy production, minerals, pharmaceuticals, and much more. If intelligently managed, the oceans would easily supply more than enough resources to feed the world's hungry. To fully utilize this abundance of well spring of resource, the future may embrace the development of large marines structures, designed to explore the relatively untapped of the world's oceans. Automatedly, the development of these ocean communities will greatly relieve the land based population pressures. And the design to support and sustain the environment of the land and sea. The population of such cities can vary from several hundreds to many thousands, and be locate throughout the world. These would all be managed and operated by automated systems, and be part of the international communications networking system. Many of these cities can serve as universities and research centers, where students from all nations of the world would study marine sciences and management. They would also serve as monitoring stations of ocean currents, weather patterns, marine ecology, pollution control and management, and geology. In addiction, robotic submersibles would be used in deep ocean exploration. The oceans are, afterall, essential to our survival, and the critical part of the Earth's carrying capacity.
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