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July 20, 1969: I See the Moon, the Moon Sees Me

Mention the moonwalk, and Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin naturally spring to mind. You know, “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”   That is unless you’re Google. 289 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

Arthur C Clarke

Arthur C Clarke is a person that I can say definitely inspired into me a deep love of science fiction. As a child I was always intrigued by the film 2001: A Space Odyssey. 693 more words


2001: A Video Review

It’s interesting doing these retro book reviews. It’s been more than four years since I’ve read the book, but the feeling sticks with me. I may not remember all the details, but I can remember pretty well my impression of the book. 62 more words


Put God First

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” – Arthur C. Clarke

The word of the day, from the Oxford English Dictionary… 651 more words


Futurology on screen: how anime anticipates tomorrow

At the intersection of science fiction and reality is futurology – or future studies – the tenets of which imagine our future economy, politics and technology and reverse-engineer our means of getting there. 706 more words

Ghost In The Shell

Writing Prompt Wednesday: Medieval Time Travel

Hello, and welcome to this month’s final Writing Prompt Wednesday! Since this is our final Medieval Times-themed prompt, I thought we’d do something a bit different, with medieval-themed prompts related to the “fish-out-of-water” concept. 244 more words

Writing Prompts

The City and the Stars (Arthur C. Clarke)

Let me make a statement before I start: Science Fiction is one of my favourite genres. I would most likely choose a sci-fi work to read if given a choice between that and, lets say, politics. 1,015 more words

Arthur C Clarke