A Modern Geoscope, with Bonnie DeVarco and David McConnville

July 31, 2006

Stranova Vol. 22, published July 31, 2006. Since 1962 when Buckminster Fuller first went public with the idea of a Geoscope, many have been fascinated with his vision for a “giant, 200-foot diameter, miniature earth” that would provide an “electronic” visual representation of everything from weather to the various ways we human beings impact our “Spaceship Earth” on a daily basis. Listen to this week’s interview to learn how, thanks to a creative re-visioning of his concept and the application of the latest digital visualization technologies, Fuller’s Geoscope will be coming to life soon in ways far more powerful than his own original conception. neither hosts nor alters podcast files. All content © its respective owners.