Arthur Clarke

Born on December 16, 1917, in Minehead, England, Arthur C. Clarke established himself as a preeminent science fiction and nonfiction writer during the mid-20th century. He wrote the novels Childhood’s End and 2001: A Space Odyssey, which was adapted into a film with Stanley Kubrick. Clarke authored nearly 100 books, and many of his ideas around science had links to future technological innovations. Clarke died on March 19, 2008, in Sri Lanka.
years of life: 16 December 1917 19 March 2008




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The human mind has an astonishing capacity to adapt; after a while, even the incredible becomes commonplace.
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given the same engineering problems, evolution must produce very similar an
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answers. As witness the dolphin and the shark—superficially almost identical, yet from far distant branches of the tree of life.


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