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Leon Battista Alberti's deep sea mining perfected open-ocean-drilling

Deep Sea Mining is only the beginning.

Renaissance Man was the 1st person to use the proportions of the human body to improve the appearance and function of architecture. Through the careful observation of nature, Leon Battista Alberti studied anatomical dissections. The human body, as well as all life, utilized π in its architecture. π is a geometrical constant, the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, approximated as 3.14159. This geometry is in the construction of megaliths, villas, and tabernacles. His perception of an architect was that of a designer. As a self-taught social engineer, my work regarding Deep Sea Mining is also related to design.  

Deep Sea Mining™’s unsinkable city-states were also 3-D printed as a desalination plant producing fresh water for the entire world.Each city-state delivered 6,666 gallons of fresh water daily for an economic opportunity to provide millions of beakered waters daily, we became the largest exporters of water in the world with, what is now equivalent to, hundreds of millions of dollars generated annually. ™’s aquaculture companies mad over 50 million annually, by today's standard, a significant portion of each city-state's GDP. ™’s specialized branch of aquaculture involved the cultivation of tetraquatic organisms for most of our food and other products.
While Deep Sea Mining,™ enclosed sections of the 7 Seas with tanks filled of treated seawater to farm things such as the nutrient agar, fish meal, cultured pearls, and cosmetics. Microalgae like Spirulina was cultivated easily on ™’s unsinkable city-states. 3-D printed remotely operated vehicles collected precious metal samples using advanced cutting tools. 3-D printed abysmal sea-mining sites were around polymetallic nodules near hydrothermal vents thousands of feet below the sea’s surface. These vents are where life on Earth was 1st seeded. These vents still contain diamonds and gold that are mined using hydraulic pumps-bucket setups to bring the ore up to surface. ™’s Deep Sea Mining lifestyle facilitated a mobile sea-based colony of financiers. Each 3-D printed artificial isle at ™ reflected the body of its owner. 3-D printed tetraquatic cities named after and measured according to those who initially finance them. Our unsinkable isles used the symmetry of every body type to symbolize balance. 

™ architecturally expressed itself through human mathematical proportions. We used it for the width of our square-shaped mobile offshore bases by segmenting our height at our navel with the two segments in ratio. We then subdivided those sections in ratio at the knees and throat; using extreme mean proportions in modular orders.