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Thought For the Day: We Live On the Planet Ocean

“How inappropriate to call this planet Earth when it is clearly Ocean.” – Arthur C. Clarke

Something like 75% of our world is covered in water.  321 more words

Thought For The Day

Bowie Fiction

There was a time during the twentieth century when the position of the greatest science fiction author was officially split into three. The greatest authors were considered to be Robert A. 986 more words

Science Fiction

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The Future - As Read in Fiction

Books That Predicted

the Future

With Eerie Accuracy

When authors write about the future, they have to predict what technology and life might be like decades down the road. 3,448 more words

Human Nature

Gifts In Community

Today is Saturday, August 5, 2017. Day 21,695. Fourteen days until S’s and J’s birthday!

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” ~ Arthur C. 1,588 more words


Josh: Childhood's End by Arthur C. Clarke

Recently, I finished reading a 1953 science-fiction novel called Childhood’s End by Arthur C. Clarke. Arthur Clarke was a British writer, and one of the most famous science-fiction writers in the twentieth century. 668 more words

Arthur C. Clarke

Sci-fi Televangelism - Part 4: Alien Salvation & Transhumanism 

We have been reviewing a presentation called “Science Fiction: Televangelism for ET Religion” given by fellow science fiction author Dr. Michael Heiser gave at the 2017 Roswell UFO Festival. 1,870 more words


Rendevous with R'lyeh: Wonder and Esotericism in Rendevous With Rama

I’ve had a long relationship with Arthur C. Clarke, even though he writes with an approach to structure and characters that I would find disappointing in another author. 949 more words