Nine chains to the moon

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Doubleday, Oct 1, 1971 - Fiction - 346 pages
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User Review  - Eric Arbour - Goodreads

It is easy to state that this is far from Fuller's best work. I considered about half of the book to be brilliant, as it involves his deeply insightful thoughts on the human condition, whereas the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Pegggggy - Goodreads

sent to me by a thinking friend... may take me awhile, good reading so far Read full review

Contents

Stomach Rhythms Not All Rhumbas
5
The Phantom Captain
18
What Is a House?
30
Copyright

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About the author (1971)

Richard Buckminster Fuller, the innovative thinker, engineer, and inventor, was born July 12, 1895 in Milton, Mass. Despite early failures and tragedies, including his being expelled from Harvard University twice and the death of his four-year-old daughter, Fuller went on to achieve many successes. He is best known for inventing the geodesic dome; his design has been used in structures all over the world. Besides Harvard, Fuller also attended the U.S. Naval Academy, and was a professor at Southern Illinois University. He is the author of Synergetics: Explanations in the Geometry of Thinking, a book that discusses the utopic role technology will play in the future. Critical Path is the book Fuller felt was his most important. It outlined his plan to rejuvenate earth through the use of technology. His last book, Grunch of Giants, summarizes his most important ideas.

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