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tensegrity

A tensegrity is a set of tensions that constitutes a stable structure. Modern tents for instance are usually tension constructions. Psychologically or linguistically a set of related dialectics can constitute a tensegrity - which can be the core of an ideology or belief.

Buckminster Fuller?'s work in several fields was strongly influenced by this concept, which he claimed was central to the design of buildings and systems. Others have argued that protocols are inherently based on core tensegrities.

This page was removed from the Green Party of Canada Living Platform as part of a general purge of any attempt to specify organization protocols effectively. This would challenge formation of a single command hierarchy that could ignore the GPC Constitution. It appears above in exactly the form in which it was published and remained in the LP corpus as of February 6, 2005 as the Friends of Crookes made its final power grab of the GPC.



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