Buckminster Fuller: Spaceship Earth. This is the Future. And it will be, here.

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See https://wordpress.com/view/667-per-cm.net/ Retired data scientist and statistician. Now working projects in quantitative ecology and, specifically, phenology of Bryophyta and technical methods for their study.
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1 Response to Buckminster Fuller: Spaceship Earth. This is the Future. And it will be, here.

  1. Greg Robie says:

    Domebook … Domebook 2 … books that inspired imagination; inspire yet. Bucky, god-like, opened imagination, informed holistic thinking, and, for me, the feeling of holy.

    But curiosity. A comfort for few, and terror for too many. The dynamics of abrupt climate change: curious to few, and terror to too many. Or weaponry to weaponry perpetually effected … and livenry lost.

    Thanks for this post. And a view of a world mostly lost: where humanity looks into its place in the wholeness; longs for love.

    sNAILmALEnotHAIL …but pace’n myself


    life is for learning so all my failures must mean that I’m wicked smart


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