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Mysterious Rainfalls.

The Earth is mysterious after all. It simply means there are some extra-ordinary things that occasionally happen, which we might not possess or produce reasonable explanations for. 459 more words


Quote Of The Day – Arthur C. Clarke

Today’s Quote Of The Day comes from Sir, Yes Sir Arthur C. Clarke (1917-2008), a British science fiction and science writer from Somerset, undersea explorer and television series host. 97 more words

Famous Quotes

Quote of the Day

The only way of finding the limits of the possible is by going beyond them into the impossible


Arthur C. Clarke

The Science of Magic, and the Magic of Science

Arthur C. Clarke’s “Third Law” states that “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” At first glance, this comes across as merely a pithy quip that brings to mind (for me, at least) a clash between two vastly disparate civilizations — one that has only just developed stone tools, and one that has radio, television, and laser-guided missiles, for instance. 955 more words


GRIDFAILURE Issues "Digital Crush" At Metal Riot; Further Layers Of Societal Collapse EP Nears Free Samhain Release

Hostile alchemist GRIDFAILURE has completed the Further Layers Of Societal Collapse EP impending its free digital distribution on Samhain 2016, leaking new track “Digital Crush” through Metal Riot. 384 more words


Scattered thoughts on tie-in novel adaptations

When I did my first complete play through of Final Fantasy VIII I was maybe 14. It was and is still my favorite installment in the series; VIII’s story and universe was so sprawling it gave off a feeling that none of what happened was in a vacuum; there was a feeling of synchronicity, that overworld events in the campaign and in side missions were happening all the time and when you happened upon a scripted sequence you just wandered into something that had been going on already. 913 more words

On Writing

2001: A Space Odyssey

2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke is a rather peculiar novel. To be honest, I don’t quite understand it yet, even after watching the movie and reading the book, but hopefully, I’ll understand it in time. 714 more words