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Homesteading


What is Homesteading?

Definition:  

The principle by which one gains ownership of an unowned natural resource by performing an act of original appropriation

Wider definition

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Other attributes

Discrete or continuous
Qualitative or quantitative

What’s wrong with Homesteading?

Someone is claiming something for themselves that they did not create.
What is being taken, does not belong to those who claim it, but does not belong to other people either. It is unowned. Therefore claiming it is not theft.
However in order to claim it, you must be able to defend the claim and or be actively using the new property.
You can't just claim the moon, if not using it and cannot defend your jurisdiction of it.

Arguments against xxxx

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Causality

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Source of income and jobs

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Collateral damage

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Banning across borders

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    Reference

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