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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Rest In Peace, Arthur C. Clarke (1917-2008)

At the age of 90, writer, scientist, space expert and underwater diver Arthur C. Clarke passed away in Colombo, Sri Lanka from respiratory complications. A science fiction icon, Arthur C. Clarke is best known for “2001: A Space Odyssey” which was adapted into a Stanley Kubrick film, but he is also the author of over thirty novels, numerous short fiction and twenty-eight books of non-fiction. Arthur C. Clarke has also been knighted and had a spacecraft, an asteroid, a science fiction writing award and a dinosaur species named after him. While Arthur C. Clarke will be sorely missed, his legacy will continue to live on…

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2 comments:

raul said...

this man was giant of the mind. His contributions and very humanity is testament to potential of mankind.

Scott said...

It is strange, but I was thinking about the fact that we may lose this incredible author soon just a few days ago.

He left behind so much great work. He will be missed.

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