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  • Buckminster Fuller Institute - Provides a biography and bibliography of Fuller and images and descriptions of his inventions. Includes geodesic domes, Synergetics, and Design Science.
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  • Buckminster Fuller: Thinking out Loud - TV program by wNetStation, New York. Clips and quotes. Video cassette for sale. Gallery of expandable thumbnails of major works.
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  • The Bucky Fuller Travelling Miracle Medicine Show - Buckminster Fuller's description of his inventions with pictures of Fuller.
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  • Chris Fearnley's List of Buckminster Fuller References - A collection of links relating to the work of R. Buckminster Fuller.
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  • Dymaxion Projection Animation - The earth, as represented by Buckminster Fuller's icosahedral projection.
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  • The Fuller Map - Buckminster Fuller's ideas about geometry, architecture, cartography, and cognition in an analytical framework. Includes references for further study.
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  • A Fuller Universe - An illustrated article by Beedge from New Dimensions Journal on the influential ideas of Buckminster Fuller. Also audio clips of commentary on Fuller by colleague Amy Edmondson and others.
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  • Geodesic Domes - Ray-traced picture of a dome and links to information about Buckminster Fuller.
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  • Nature's Invisible Architecture - Treatise on the art and science of Buckminster Fuller by Bonnie Goldstein DeVarco, with numerous links and references.
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  • R. Buckminster Fuller FAQ - Answers to frequently asked questions on Fuller, compiled by Christopher J. Fearnley from the discussions on the Bitnet mailing list Geodesic and its Usenet gateway.
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  • R. Buckminster Fuller's Synergetics - A technical treatise, reaching book length, about many of the ideas developed by Fuller. Illustrated with 32 color plates and six drawings.
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  • Synergetics on the Web - An introduction to some of Fuller's innovations: synergetics, geodesic domes, fuller projection maps, with illustrations.
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  • US Pavilion at Expo '67 - Photographs, discussion and sources on the geodesic dome designed by Buckminster Fuller and Shoji Sadao at Montreal, Canada, in 1967, from Great Buildings Online.
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