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“Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.” ―Arthur C. Clarke

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Book Review and Book Wish List #4

This week is less hectic than before but apparently I went through some life changing events that shattered my mind in front of me. I am having a very deep dilemma with what I want for the future and whether I will be able to achieve that. 999 more words

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New Clues from the Straka Obituary in the Baltimore Bugle-Dispatch

On the Jen Heward Tumblr blog, we find a copy in the canon of “S” referred to in Fn1, p259 used to solve the Chapter 7 cipher (see Fn5 and Jen’s marginalia on p263). 162 more words

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The Nine Billion Names of God (1953) by Arthur C. Clarke

♦♦♦♦½

Cautionary tale of the dangers of technological advancement. Clarke neatly avoids the obvious by playing out his tale in, of all places, a Tibetan monastery.

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Universe - Arthur C. Clarke

Arthur C. Clarke

“Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.”

Alone

Review: 2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke

Blurb:

The year is 2001, and cosmonauts uncover a mysterious monolith that has been buried on the Moon for at least three million years. To their astonishment, the monolith releases an equally mysterious pulse—a kind of signal—in the direction of Saturn after it is unearthed. 607 more words

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