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#101797 - 04/28/03 09:45 AM Re: St. Bucky
articles that I can't date
Here's one that's got a date on it:
They don't call them buckytubes but they do say they're made of carbon.
#101798 - 04/28/03 11:55 AM Re: St. Bucky
Thanks for that link Faldage. Evidentally something IS happening.
#101799 - 04/28/03 12:12 PM Re: St. Bucky
something IS happening
So often you hear that X is going to be the technological revolution of the millennium, the greatest thing since sliced quasars, and then … nothing.
BTW, wasn't it Buckminster Fuller that said "I think I'm a verb"?
Bucky the cat was named after Buck O'Neil, the Negro League player.
#101800 - 04/28/03 12:21 PM Re: St. Bucky
Being a Verb
"I live on Earth at present,
and I don't know what I am.
I know that I am not a category.
I am not a thing -- a noun.
I seem to be a verb,
an evolutionary process --
an integral function of the universe."
-- R. Buckminster Fuller
I think he was fond of this image(?) since on another occasion he said:
"God, to me, it seems, is a verb, not a noun, proper or improper."
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