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“In the late 20's a guy named Buckminster Fuller (check Google) invented a structure called the Geodesic Dome.”
“A Geodesic sphere is most commonly referred to as a Geodesic Dome.”
“Courtesy the Estate of R. Buckminster Fuller R. Buckminster Fuller and students pose with the first model of Mr. Fuller's Geodesic Dome in 1948, made at the Institute of Design in Chicago, where Fuller was a teacher.”
“The Geodesic Dome, a building constructed of geometric shapes that can sustain its own weight with no size limits, is probably Fuller's most famous invention.”
“Geodesic domes have been with us for over fifty years but are still hardly common.”
“Past attendees at the National Building Museum Homeschool Day have raved about the program, saying in particular that the Geodesic Dome "is not to be missed!”
“Geodesic reported a steep drop in standalone net profit for the quarter ended December 2009.”
“Geodesic as well has had a pretty decent run-up, according to him.”
“It really doesn't matter how good your product is, unless it can do something users need and which no other product can do," says Atul Chitnis, chief products officer, Geodesic, which has produced apps such as Mundu Radio and Mundu Instant Messenger.”
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