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The 1995 film Waterworld is set in the distant future where the polar ice cap has completely melted, and the sea level has risen over 25,000-feet, covering nearly all of the Earth’s land. If this scenario were to ever become a reality, Dada “Currents of Currents” proposal are perfect. Put simply, they are modular floating homes that can easily be setup and transported just about anywhere in the world.
These floating homes are self-sustaining, as they generate power from both tidal currents and solar. Both of the systems are built directly into the units themselves. Some homeowners who do not use all of their generated power can sell the electricity back to the nearby inland communities through their electric company. The main structural frame consists of ultra durable molded plastic, while also enabling them to be built as fast as possible.
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