compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
BECAUSE SO MANY modern human activities affect not only local
communities but the entire Planet, Fuller’s Dymaxion Map has
proved especially beneficial to individuals involved in planning.
People who forecast future trends and devise strategies involving
[IT] allows them to observe all Earth’s landmasses portrayed in
accurate relationship to one another.
As a result of his study of and work within the maturing field of
aeronautics, Bucky began to appreciate the aeronautical perspective
provide the inner boundary of an always available, yet only recently
discovered and utilised, unbroken “ocean of air”. The outer limit of
that ocean of air is the threshold of outer space where airplanes
cannot fly. Even in the 1930s, Fuller understood that during the
first half of this century, the leading edge of transportation was
gradually shifting from water to air in a process unnoticed by most
people. With that transformation, the leading edge of innovation
also moved from the nautical to the aerospace industry.
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