Buckminster Fuller’s Legacy with Jaime Snyder

Jaime Snyder had an amazing granddad. Can you imagine growing up with Buckminster Fuller as one of yoru prime mentors and grandfather? Wow. I am looking forward to speaking to Jaime, founder of The Buckminster Fuller Institute, artist and filmmaker, about Buckminster Fuller’s legacy today on Visionary Culture  Radio. This show will be archived for ongoing listening.

An Introduction To Buckminster Fuller

from www.BFI.org

“For the first time in history it is now possible to take care of everybody at a higher standard of living than any have ever known.  Only ten years ago the ‘more with less’ technology reached the point where this could be done. All humanity now has the option to become enduringly successful.”

– R. Buckminster Fuller, 1980

This confident assertion was made in 1980 by the late R. Buckminster Fuller–inventor, architect, engineer, mathematician, poet and cosmologist. As early as 1959, Newsweek reported that Fuller predicted the conquest of poverty by the year 2000.

In 1977, almost twenty years later, the National Academy of Sciences confirmed Fuller’s prediction. Their World Food and Nutrition Study, prepared by 1,500 scientists, concluded, “If there is the political will in this country and abroad… it should be possible to overcome the worst aspects of widespread hunger and malnutrition within one generation.”

Even with tragedies like Ethiopia and Somalia, it is becoming clear that, as Fuller predicted, we have arrived at the possibility of eliminating hunger and poverty in all the world within our lifetime.

Bucky-Dome

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About Laura Fox

Laura Fox, host of Visionary Culture Radio, produces events and media to assist in The Shift.
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