Clarke in 1952.
The Arthur C. Clarke retrospective is now live. Clarke had a phenomenal impact on science fiction and popular science with the gift to communicate complex scenarios based on advanced physics and cosmology in a way that they could be understood by everyone, without being patronizing - even when the stories were somewhat scientific and obscure in nature. He exhibited, and was able to inspire, a natural curiosity in the world around us.
Buy all means, add a mosaic(above)to your site. It should work automatically - if not, add a line-break to the source code and there it is.
This series of exercises focuses on the question of artificial or robotic cognitive impairment in the form of HAL 9000; and we have livened the pages with an original audio mash-up from the film, including the scene where Hal sings the 19th century song "Daisy."
A Boy's Life of Cosmic Wonder - New York Times
Arthur C. Clarke: The Wired Worlds (Wired)
Arthur C. Clarke in Entertainment Weekly
5 Reasons Why We'll Miss Arthur C. Clarke - Mental Floss
Listen to the story "Exile of the Eons" (Nemesis) (mp3) about the folly of world conquest
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