Larry Page wants to 'set aside a part of the world' for unregulated experimentationBy Nathan Ingraham
May. 16, 2013
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All Google has to do is buy an island or help finance the Seasteading institute. Mark my words, anarchy will come about due to the inherent inefficiencies of the state, it's much cheaper to simply build a road rather than create a state, loot people en masse through taxation, use the loot to employ thousands, hundreds of thousands, or as we have now millions of bureaucrats, then have those bureaucrats pay a private company to build the road after looting some 95% in overheads. - Chris "There are many exciting things you could do that are illegal or not allowed by regulation," Page said. "And that's good, we don't want to change the world. But maybe we can set aside a part of the world." He likened this potential free-experimentation zone to Burning Man and said that we need "some safe places where we can try things and not have to deploy to the entire world."