Floating City

Floating city may refer to:

  • Floating city (science fiction), settlements that use buoyancy to remain in the atmosphere of a planet
  • Ocean colonization, the theory and practice of building structures to allow humans to live permanently in areas of Earth covered in water
  • Very large floating structure, the theory and practice of building floating structures on the sea

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Famous quotes containing the words city and/or floating:

    Yet, when the city sleeps;
    When all the cries are still:
    The stars and heavenly deeps
    Work out a perfect will.
    Lionel Pigot Johnson (1867–1902)

    The structure was designed by an old sea captain who believed that the world would end in a flood. He built a home in the traditional shape of the Ark, inverted, with the roof forming the hull of the proposed vessel. The builder expected that the deluge would cause the house to topple and then reverse itself, floating away on its roof until it should land on some new Ararat.
    —For the State of New Jersey, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)