Image from Anders Sandberg
Lyonesse was constructed using a biologically-constructed matrix, which was bulked-out using silt dredged from the sea-floor
Artificial island built in the English Channel as a Free State, established in 78 A.T.. A centre for research into artificial intelligence and measures against anthropogenic global warming. Like most such islands, Lyonesse gradually increased in surface area over time, and it was nearly a thousand square kilometers in extent by the end of the Interplanetary Age.
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Text by Steve Bowers
Initially published on 18 November 2009.