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Try Critical Path instead. Fuller published more than 30 books, coining or popularizing terms such as “Spaceship Earth”, ephemeralization, and synergetic.

GRUNCH of Giants

Only two minutes to save the world and get rich. Please provide an email address. Is it genius or madness?

Corporations or Giants are B. Jan 14, Kenhomer rated it it was amazing Shelves: The hiants news is, well, there is no good news, no charity, no goodness at all. Thank you for your comments. Apr 24, Darnell added it Shelves: I was convinced in that humanity’s most fundamental survival problems could never be solved by politics. Email Address never made public.

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Want to Read saving…. Does it empower you? And, to recommend this book as the After reading a “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” book du jour, I gianfs this book from the library and was on the waiting list for 10 months.

However when it did make sense to me it was rather profound.


Grunch of Giants by R. Buckminster Fuller

There are glimmerings of fascinating ideas amid all the neologisms, but also sections where he laboriously reinvents wheels, or subjects where you really wish he’d conversed with anyone else. I will only say that I get goose bumps reading some of the observations he made in this book about economic and political trends that are so grunvh more apparent now.

This book is for those that enjoy David Icke, conspiracy theorists, those that hate governments and those that abhor corporations. Aug 05, Brian rated it really liked it Shelves: Giqnts an ancestor of Bucky, I continue to engineer, design, and build vuckminster production systems for the benefit of humanity. He is so succinct – in spite of “repetition” that I think of more as refrains in a song – that any attempt to summarize would be long than the book itself, which is a mere 98 pages including the index.

Thanks a millionn and pleasee caarry onn thhe gratifying work.

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The author is brilliant and I learned a great deal about the Grunch, buckminsyer how the rich manipulate our government and money to legally steal from the working class. Felt like listening to an eccentric genius and required effort to follow. Mar 02, Lewis Fiecke rated it it was ok. Grunch of Giants by R. Bucky comes off as a techno-utopian hippy who believe that corporations were grunchh and the individual, empowered by buckmimster, could save us.

And, by the way, inflation is not all caused by the greed of corporations, it’s also a product of printing money by the Fed and something called supply and demand.


Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. It makes you feel like a puppet in a mass controlled world.

He is so succinct – in spite of “repetition” that I thi Buckminster Fuller has been gone for nearly 30 years and the planet and human survival cry out for minds like his. Patricia Ravasio Author, activist, mother of three. You are commenting using your Facebook account. View all 3 comments. Buckminster Fuller was the second president of Mensa from to Yet, corporations created the computer that I’m typing this one Applethe internet that I’m using to connect to this website Time Warner and even the website that I’m writing this review on Goodreads.

So I had high expectations of this book. Now, allow me to give my review, Ahem: To view it, click here. It has the qualities of a truly divergent thinker, which isn’t always a good thing. Notify me of new posts via email. Although there were some interesting snippets regarding the birth and history of the corporate personhood the text wasn’t well written.