Please define irreverently yet truthfully

  • Accessibility: You need it if you can’t get there from here.
  • Anthropological vs. Sociological: Your body vs. your mind in space.
  • Architectural vs. Artistic:
  • Area (geography?) vs. Zone (geography? architecture? planning?):
  • Bibliographic review:
  • Cause vs. Effect:
  • Centrality (urban): The massive buildings are there.
  • Citizens: born people from somewhere
  • City & Town:
  • Climate Change:
  • Climate Proof: (Netherlands approach)
  • Climate Resilience (NYC approach)
  • Coherent vs. Useful:
  • Complex vs. Complicated:
  • Comprehensive Anticipatory Design Science (is it fair to debunk Bucky?)
  • Consensus Building vs. Participation:
  • Design (urban interventions):
  • Design (policy-making):
  • District vs. Estate/Pole (industrial):
  • Economic vs. Financial:
  • Empirical research:
  • Evolution vs. Growth (urban):
  • Form/shape vs. Structure (urban):
  • Infrastructure:
  • Integration vs. Interaction (processes):
  • Interview (qualitative vs. quantitative?):
  • Land-use:
  • Macro-sociological vs. Micro-sociological:
  • Management (within urban planning):
  • Mathematical vs. Rational(e):
  • Metabolism (urban):
  • Method:
  • Methodology:
  • Metropolitan area:
  • Metropolitan region:
  • Mobility (urban):
  • Model (projecting):
  • Model (socio-economic analysis):
  • Mono-centric (provide examples):
  • Multi-centric (provide examples):
  • Paradigm:
  • Planner (urban):
  • Plan/Planning (spatial):
  • Policy vs. Politics:
  • Policymaking:
  • Poly-centric (provide examples):
  • Predict vs. other forecasts (like a weather forecast)
  • Pro-active vs. Re-active:
  • Process (planning)( please provide detailed examples):
  • Programs (within urban planning):
  • Projecting:
  • Qualitative (provide an example):
  • Quantitative (provide an example):
  • Questionnaires (types):
  • Regeneration (urban):
  • Rehabilitation (urban):
  • Resilience:
  • Revitalization (urban):
  • Sample (statistic):
  • Science/scientific/scientist:
  • Scouting:
  • Space vs. Time:
  • Spatial:
  • Stakeholders:
  • Strategy (planning):
  • Sustainable vs. Affordable:
  • System:
  • Technique/technical/technician:
  • Territory:
  • Tool (instrument) vs Goal (objective):
  • Type:
  • Typology:
  • Zoning:

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  1. Stakeholder (n), 1. label, defines a person without the equity sufficient to leverage or manage a physical change process. See: Looser

  2. Comprehensive Anticipatory Design Science?

    When it comes to managing urban growth and land use, the police powers invested in inclusive and preventative urban planning are seriously undeveloped. The fear is these powers inhibit investment, but the truth of the matter lies within the completely defensive aim of knowledge, the primary purpose of which is to secure proprietary wealth. The demand on the one who must beware is therefore the buyer.
    The invalidation of the “caveat emptor” rule is widely recognized and there are good economic reasons for this, but the one word answer is globalization.

    Leaping into places in very short periods, especially those attempting to be ahead of their time is the story of marketing. Buckminster Fuller liked getting people to peer into these kinds of windows. He is well known for illustrating a seamless join of architecture and science. He was one of the first to do so, calling it, comprehensive anticipatory design science as if it meant something less jargonistic and of course it does, but not in the sense that he wanted.

    Bucky’s world offered the opportunity to establish a modern life through industrial design.More accurately, he marks the beginning of human material consumption at levels that have become so great that it may be impossible to stop. It is expressed as an annual consumption of earths that human consume that are beyond its replacement capacity. Bucky’s architecture clouds his more important legacy. It is that of a planner who discovered the power of inclusion and prediction. When asked if he would to go on a space ship he replied no, he was already on one and he called it The World Game.