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July 27, 2010

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Thank you for your great comment on Bucky. Yes, he presented a compelling blueprint for understanding things that had not yet come to pass during his lifetime. I am excited that you are able to integrate his ideas into your fiction and art - is there a book out now? His friend, Arthur C. Clarke certainly took Bucky's elevator to space ideas and ran with them long before nanotech became de rigeur and acknowledged Fuller's visions a few decades ago. Bucky was in a sense a Bodhisattva and in some ways a Pythagorean - he moved the intertwined state of geometry and philosophy forward from Platonic idealism to the dance of symmetry and assymetry in the growth of nested polyhedra in his cosmic hierarchy and the spinning great circle spheres. ~ Bonnie


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What a wonderful and very inspiring post to discover after dealing with Synchronicity and related matters. We are very big fans of Buckminster Fuller's work and have been incorporating aspects of his philosophies, ideas and designs into our fiction and art for quite a while now. He was truly a titan of imagination and a great genius whose influence will only increase over the course of time, much like some of those ancient Greek philosophers perhaps...

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