Underwater cities? Let’s be honest — we are pushing our planet to a climate change catastrophe.

But there could be a solution. 71% of Earth’s surface is covered with water. Why don’t we make use of all that underwater real estate? What would it be like to live at the bottom of the ocean?

Underwater cities

71% of the Earth’s surface is covered with water. Why don’t we make use of all that underwater real estate?

What would it be like to live at the bottom of the ocean? Where would we get oxygen to breathe and food to eat? And what would we do in case of an emergency evacuation?

Did you know this map of the ocean floor isn’t quite accurate? Oceans may cover the majority of the Earth’s surface, but so far we’ve only explored 3% of the seabed.

We’d have some homework to do before we could move forward with an expansion plan for humanity. Bringing humanity undersea is something huge corporations might be interested in investing in.

You wouldn’t live in Underwater New-York, but rather in Microsoft Laketown, Amazon Atlantis or Toyota Sea City.
If underwater living was the way to go, how would it look?

Underwater living isn’t without its dangers, though. Imagine a worst-case scenario. Your bedroom window gets a massive crack and water rampages through your living space. Or your life support system fails, leaving you to suffocate undersea.

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