Raumschiff Erde und andere Schriften. Title: Raumschiff Erde und andere Schriften. Authors: R. Buckminster Fuller. Das Neue Buch Rowohlt: Hamburg, Richard Buckminster Fuller: opere. Bedienungsanleitung für das Raumschiff Erde und andere Schriften, Verlag der Kunst, Dresden-Amsterdam, , [rif.]. Results 1 – 30 of 44 Discover Book Depository’s huge selection of R-Buckminster-Fuller Bedienungsanleitung für das Raumschiff Erde und andere Schriften.

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There is also an english version available. Es gibt keine Energiekrise, nur eine Krise der Unwissenheit.

So gut wie alle Formen der Energie, die wir kennen, sind mehr oder weniger indirekte Formen dieser Sonnenenergie. Es ist eine gespeicherte Form von Sonnenenergie. Das ist der Grund, warum sie so bemerkenswert effizient ist, und warum es so einfach ist, die Energie aus dieser Form der Speicherung freizusetzen. Es ist eine meiner Lieblingszahlen: Die Menge aller noch in der Erdkruste ubckminster fossilen Brennstoffe entspricht etwa zwanzig Tagen Sonnenschein.

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Es scheint gerade genug von ihnen zu geben, damit eine Zivilisation die Technik entwickeln kann, um die wirkliche Quelle der Energie anzuzapfen: Dabei ist es ja gerade umgekehrt: Fossile Brennstoffe sollten als das bezeichnet werden, was sie sind: Hier sind seine Ideen am besten bukminster, die Summe eines lebenslangen Nachdenkens.

Leider gibt es das Buch nur auf Englisch. My understanding of energy, the world, and our civilization has been influenced, more than anything else, by the books of R.

They have been real eye-openers for me. So I decided to write a small summary of it, and back it up with some links to provide solidification for the facts that Fuller rzumschiff me aware of.

Almost all of our energy comes from a bucmminster source: While scientists on earth are still trying in vain to light the fire of nuclear fusion, we do have a working nuclear fusion reactor right outside our windows.

It is located at a comfortable safety distance of million kilometers from Earth, and we are shielded from the dangerous parts of its radiation by an intricate structure, the Van Allen Belt. This reactor is so huge, it emits billions and billions of times more energy than our civilization could possibly ever use. Even the tiny fraction of that energy which hits our small blue marble called Earth is several thousand times more than our current world energy consumption.


Practically all sources of energy fullet we know of are more or less indirect forms of that solar energy. Wind is air that is differentially heated by the sun. If we put propeller blades into that air stream, we are using the atmosphere as a kind of giant turbine, driven by the sun. Hydroelectric power — currents of water flowing downhill — is kinetic energy in water that was vuller and vapourized by the sun, thus lifted up into the atmosphere, and then fell down in the form of rain or snow to slightly raumshiff elevated levels than where it was initially vapourized.

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Fossil fuels coal, gas, and oil are the concentrated remains of raumschoff. The reserves of fossil fuels rauschiff finite, however, and their amount pales, compared to what the sun delivers to our doorstep every single day. Fossil fuels, therefore, can be considered a kind of kick starter for a civilization: There seems to be just about enough of them so that a civilization can develop means to tap into the rauumschiff source of energy: Move it away from the equator a bit, make it a bit larger and spread it out around the raumschifv, and our energy needs are provided for.

It is true that some problems remain to be solved: For example, better short-term storage for electricity needs to be developed, so that solar power can be made more readily available on the night side of Earth. Some of our technology needs to be transformed so that it can be powered by electricity, rather than combustion engines. All of that is conceivable, doable with very little extension of our current technological means.

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That which we call raimschiff powerby contrast, is a rather awkward way to unlock energy from matter. The fuel for nuclear fission reactors Uranium is also an indirect form of solar energy. Uranium is a heavy element, having been bred in the fusion reactors of several generations of stars over billions of years. We can unlock the energy from that kind of storage, too, but it results in highly toxic waste buckminsster which we have currently no means of dealing with, except burying it as deep as possible in the Earth and forgetting about it.


It is true that technology might some day allow us to solve the problem of nuclear waste. It is my impression, however, that the technological gap that we need to bridge in order for solar energy to be viable, is much smaller than what would be needed to solve the problem of nuclear waste. Given the fact that we are literally drowned by a form of energy that shines directly at us, I think it is self-evident which is the most reasonable technology to invest in.

These substitutes even come with a strange name: I have since learned that it is just the opposite. Fossil fuels, which have kept the industrialized world running from its beginning, should be called for what they are: The real thing is the sun, our big fusion reactor in the sky, which will be with us for billions of years to come. The energy that we derive from this source, as directly as possible, is what deserves the name real energydirect energyor maybe simply: As I said above, I owe this line of reasoning mostly to the books of R.

As a starting point, I recommend his master work, Critical Pathparticularly the Introduction. I also recommend his earlier book, the Operating Manual for Spaceship Earthwhich is available in full text onlinealthough it does not quite reach the level of excellence found in Critical Path.

For a very erve review of Critical Path, including long passages from the book itself, go here. There is no raumchiff crisis, only a crisis of ignorance.