Buckminster Fuller Bibliography by Trevor Blake. One thousand five hundred entries by and about Buckminster Fuller. Books, magazines, newspapers and ephemera published between 1914 and 2015. Richard Buckminster “Bucky” Fuller (1895 – 1983) was a public speaker, author, mathematician and inventor. Fuller is best known as the popularizer of geodesic domes in architecture. He attempted… Continue reading Buckminster Fuller Bibliography
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R. Buckminster Fuller’s influence on science fiction films and television during his lifetime (12 July 1895 – 1 July 1983). First Spaceship on Venus [Wikipedia] [IMDB] [youtube] 1960. Film. Directed by Kurt Maetzig. Based on the novel The Astronauts by Stanisław Lem. An international rocket crew finds geodesic domes on the planet Venus. Earth II… Continue reading R. Buckminster Fuller’s Influence on Science Fiction Films and Television
He was born in the 1800s. He conducted an extensive survey of world resources although he was not formally trained to conduct such a task. This survey of world resources demonstrated to him that the profit motive was getting in the way of the efficient and humanitarian distribution of goods and services. He advocated fully-automated… Continue reading Who Am I?
Starling Burgess and R. Buckminster Fuller, Dymaxion Car. Modern Mechanix Magazine October 1933. All of the following occurred on the twelfth of July… 1895 Richard Buckminster Fuller was born. 1910 Richard Buckminster Fuller Senior, Fuller’s father, died. 1917 Fuller married Anne Hewlett. 1933 Fuller completed Dymaxion Car #1. 1938-1939 ‘the main system of general education… Continue reading Buckminster Fuller and the Twelfth of July