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Sir Arthur C. Clarke's Last Message

Sir Arthur C. Clarke, a giant in the science fiction genre and early proponent of the geosynchronous satellite orbit, has died.

Recently, Sir Arthur videotaped his reflections on his 90th birthday, in which he talked about the future of space travel and more (Hit play or go to Link [YouTube])

I distinctly remember reading Rendezvous with Rama, which actually was my first sci-fi novel. He will be missed.

Old science fiction writers never die, they just Rendezvous with Rama. Or perhaps they take the Space Elevator to a Clarke Orbit.
Sad news.
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This is about the demise of maybe the worlds most forward thinker, not you and your name dropping. Grow up and mourn a great loss for the human race.
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Tim: oops, i meant to go on to say that Gentry said he was a pretty great guy. and i was going to say I wish I could have had a chance to meet author. but i got distracted and wandered off... and clicked 'submit' without thinking.
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