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  • Writer's pictureHamsen B Paramahamsa MSc

How to bring sea level down

Updated: May 17, 2021

Queen of England and Prince Charles give a good kick to reduce sea level. For the Platinum Jubilee they are planting Trees. The trees when fully grown holds more than 1 cubic metre of water. In addition they hold in the surronding large amount of water without entering the sea. The snowsphere will shrink and the save the poles from melting.


Living on the oceans is future. One can have paddy fields, vegetable gardens, relaxing decks, beach of his own, and important protein from fish farms rich with omegas and very little fat. Besides all infrastructural components like hospitals, municipalities, schools, government departments and what not even marine Police stations and their Prisons could be had. Furthermore: many sports, occupation and lot of fun with floating boats, sailing ships, surf boards, water skiing, marine polo, aqua wading and most healthy swimming. Also,why not, floating bicycles. Very important: there will be no more slums and ethnic conflicts. And huge refuge for people in flight away from killing realities. This opening satisfies the DNA need in the genes of human beings. Namely, to be not only sedentary but also to spread and venture.

Today, if one took one’s profession and a way to earn one’s living on the lands it is desperate and getting worse than ever before. Population is rising and means for survival is decreasing. For a job with barely an income worth talking of, there are hundreds of applicants. One applicant fighting the other, one hating the other, one ready to kill the contender. On the oceans, a profession is just self-creatable and opens venues that leads to welcome the other since one needs another. It is always observed that when a person needs another, the liking to other increases. On the contrary, hating one another increases when the other becomes redundant.

Start to living on the seas is arguably simple. It is easier than making a ramshackle, rickety slum hut at the edges of roads, railway lines, river banks, at beaches, at the edges of towns, encroaching jungles and fighting with animals, yet worst next to garbage heaping only to be killed by the stinky sliding and that as it rains heavily. One should not forget the risks one faces when encroaching jungles for survival.

Living on the seas is hygienically by far cleaner. The life could be brought to no dirt living due to the fact that the spoiling the waters do not come into play. One has a good use on the oceans and seas for the very things that we call waste. Sure, one should train oneself to it and bring preparedness from the beginning.

Water”: that is being grumbled when it rains and when not, too, will never be a problem. One floats on it though saline. There is water ready-made with salt to cook. Therefore, as for cooking, it is not an issue. Brine less water is needed mainly for making coffee or tea. As for washing clothes a small desalinating machine or solar heated boxes running at day time will convert sea water to fresh water to be agreeable to soap.

Safety: Oceans are the safest place to live. No fear of tsunami, earthquakes, landslides, floods, droughts, war with wild animals, snakes, contagious diseases. And ethnic wars. Chinese have proved it since more than 15 centuries. When troubles brew one takes a boat and cruises away.

For every perch of land there are two perches of the sea. One saves wildlife both on the land and seas. One need not go fishing into the natural stretches, but have the fish, even shark-breeding, in submerged floating-cultivations or fish farms. Fodder for them could be made on the seas, too. Straight at the boat-steps.

What about coral estates? Any amount you need. Full guaranty.”

Living on the seas is not new. Chinese have been doing since more than fifteen centuries in an semi organised form and with a certain culture. It implies that before organised settlements evolved, one had had many random sea-nomadic lifestyles who gradually joined for mutual benefits to form groups of settlements.

In the present days, much pressure is on people to live on the waters. This includes also fresh water dwellings, as seen in East Asia, accompanied with at the boat-step professions. Much is happening on Mekong river. They are doing even dangerous crocodile farming. And many are proud of their earnings.

One should say that living on the waters, though as old as more than fifteen centuries in China, yet the whole issue is embryonic like chicks. It is hatched since long ages and is maturing in growth. Now living on the seas has reached its adulthood. It may fly off in a rapid tempo anytime from now.

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