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March Is A Riddle

It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold—-when it is summer in the light and winter in the shade. 1,423 more words

Arthur C. Clarke

Rescue Party by Arthur C Clarke

This is the upside down version of almost all alien exploration stories out there; for one, we are the exotic mysterious civilization, the aliens of this story are interested in. 203 more words

Sci Fi

Classic review: '2001: A Space Odyssey'

Considering it had a massive influence on the science-fiction genre, you would expect 2001: A Space Odyssey to open on a conventional trope for the genre. 812 more words

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From Sputnik to WikiLeaks

In Toy Story 2, there’s a moment in which Woody discovers that his old television series, Woody’s Roundup, was abruptly yanked off the air toward the end of the fifties. 1,151 more words

Writing

Finding God in Mass Effect: An Analysis

As you guys know, I’m a fan of theology, especially when theology is mixed into video games. And boy, is the Mass Effect series rife with theological constructs we can discuss. 1,510 more words

Video Games

Earthlight by Arthur C. Clarke

It took me almost three months to read this book.

The little page counter/timer on my Kindle claimed that I should have been able to read the entire book in just about three hours, but even when using the audio read-a-loud feature, I never made it more than a few pages at a time without falling asleep. 499 more words

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Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke

Arthur C. Clarke is a master of science fiction in it’s classic sense.  One could probably argue that he created the genre.  His novel Rendezvous With Rama is considered one of his best novels.   623 more words

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