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R. Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983)

Stereotype of thinking is a main scourge of science! It can be compared to mass hypnosis or more precisely with "by Oblomov's dream" (slugishness and indecision), when one Titanium does break in science, offering the ripened necessary theory, and the remaining crowd with pleasure thoughtlessly follows on offered "track", were in expectation of arrival of a following Titanium indicating a new trajectory! And so has developed, that the Titaniums make the operation philosophizing (Gr. phileth- I love + sophia- wisdom) from love to wisdom, i.e. it is possible to consider them as "amateurs", and "beaten of track" are engaged on the whole professionals from science for money.

About four hundred years ago observation for flight of fly in a corner of the room and love to wisdom has given René Descartes to creation of his mathematical coordinate system used till now. And only in present time ripen Titanium is capable from love to wisdom of a Nature reflect and describe flight of objects in Nature in space - describe geometry shape of its building blocks from molecules up to Galaxies. Such Titanium became R. Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983) - founder of a synergetics with its   tetrahedron-based system of space coordinates.

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1Tetra Space Co-ordinates

A tetrahedron-based system of space co-ordinates
We are living in a period of such overwhelming acceptance of the Cartesian system of co-ordinates, based on three axes in 90 degree co-ordination, that it might be considered intellectual suicide, or at least a risky and eccentric affair, to speak of an alternative system of co-ordinates and to maintain, that such a different system would have considerable advantages over what is now generally accepted. Yet, an alternative system has been...

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2A Fuller Explanation. The Synergetic Geometry of R. Buckminster Fuller
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