Think of the name Buckminster Fuller, and you may think of a few oddities of mid-twentieth-century design for living: the Dymaxion House, the Dymaxion Car, the geodesic dome…
by Peter Meisen: 1997 (Introduction: I found many of Buckminster Fuller‘s writings to be pivotal in my education . So I decided to piece together those words that have had an tremendous impact on my life
by Buckminster Fuller: Inventors are among the few people on this planet who have the ability to change life for all of us. When this ability is combined with a true love of mankind’s and the planet’s future, it is truly a sign of a great soul.
by Buckminster Fuller: Standing by the lake on a jump-or-think basis, the very first spontaneous question coming to mind was, “If you put aside everything you’ve ever been asked to believe and have recourse only to your own experiences do you have any conviction arising from those experiences which either discards or must assume an […]
by Buckminster Fuller: During the last two weeks of January 1975 Buckminster Fuller gave an extraordinary series of lectures concerning his entire life’s work.
by Buckminster Fuller: And we’re at a point where I now have what would seem absolutely incredible to generations before.
Excerpt from interview with Buckminster Fuller, February 26, 1983
The following transcripts were taken from a dialogue while playing World Game (Integrity Day, June 1983).
THINKING DISCIPLINE by Buckminster Fuller: I am going to review two or three ways in which I discipline myself to try to get myself thinking in a little more adequate manner concerning what we know of our Universe and what may be going on in a larger way, and to try to get things a […]
Buckminster fullerene molecules, the naturally occurring spheres made up of 60 carbon atoms, have long been suspected to have biological benefits.