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Stormy’s Top Ten Reasons To Build Or Live In A Dome
10. An insatiable desire to taunt hurricanes
9. Ultimate Christmas decoration: a big Santa hat
8. Lost your 90-degree builders square
7. Want to live on Icosadodecahedron Road
6. Need a place for the composting toilet
5. You like it when it rains indoors
4. Want to see mother-in-law’s face when told,
“we’re building a house from a kit”
3. Wanted square house, but ran out of money for the corners
2. Never figured out square-peg-in-round-hole game as child
And the Number One Reason To Build Or Live In A Dome:
1. Need a house to match his-and-hers Volkswagen Beetles!
Thanks to Stormy Henderson
the power of the world
does is done in a circle. The
sky is round, and . . . the earth is
round like a ball, and so are all the stars.
The wind, in its greatest power, whirls. Birds
make their nests in circles, for theirs is the same
religion as ours. The sun comes forth and goes
down again in a circle. The moon does the same,
and both are round. Even the seasons form a
great circle in their changing and always come
back again to where they were. The life of a
man is a circle from childhood to child-
hood, and so it is in everything
where power moves.
— Black Elk
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…our subscribers describe their Dream Houses.
Buckminster Fuller and Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi were contemporaries and friends. Here’s a short description of some pictures you can see here, captured and digitized from a PBS special (clicking on any of these links will open the picture in a separate window… no need to use the Back button):
A picture of Noguchi and Fuller talking…
A bust of Fuller by Noguchi…
A picture of Fuller standing next to his Dymaxion Car…
Fuller’s head and shoulders standing in front of one of his larger domes…
Fuller with a model of his Dymaxion House…