The Lost Inventions of Buckminster Fuller

Trevor Blake concludes his series of essays on the patents of Buckminster Fuller. Blake has documented several instances in which Fuller claimed inventions which were not his own. “Buckminster Fuller described himself as a ‘terrific package of experiences.’ The record of Fuller’s uncredited duplication of prior work suggests that he was at times a terrific package of other people’s experiences.”



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