I am a graduate student working on a research project on Buckminster Fuller. I am looking for a comprehensive list of Fuller’s buildings. If anyone knows this information or has any ideas on how to help with my research I would greatly appreciate it.
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A recently completed summer school math course at Reed College, offered through Oregon's Saturday Academy, featured quite a bit of Buckaroo (sounds down-under). The name of this course: Martian Math. The idea: students chose from along a time line, and learned different lore and skills from different eras. Martian Math is from the future.
The attachments below are from Notes for Teachers where I get into the nitty gritty of tetrahedral mensuration, per the Wikipedia article on Synergetics. Takes some getting used to, but well worth the effort.
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