Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Turfmower, Mar 18, 2008.
Loved his books...
Shocked he was still alive.
That is a real loss to the pantheon of great writers, across the entire spectrum of literature. He and Isaac Asimov legitimized science fiction writing.
x's 2 on both counts.
yes RIP indeed i wonder if anthony is lighing a candle for him while on vacation.....
Good catch! :clap:
He put this out last December on his 90th birthday.
I can make a lot of jokes. But he was the man.
yes he was. a true visionary
RIP Mr. Clarke.
I really liked his 2001 series.
Yes I know it's tantamount to liking "Touch of Grey" but sci-fi isn't my forte.
He was heavily featured in a doc I recently watched about the great minds of science. Kaku was also featured in it as well.
He will be missed.
There was an oscar winning director who died before him..but I never heard of him so dunno if he counts as #1.
AC clark is significant to the show, (no satalite no XM) mr unknown movie maker.......
Anthony Minghella, director of The English Patient and The Talented Mr Ripley
Childhood's End, Childhood's End.
Where's my goddamn space elevator?
I cant make threads, so I am trying to get this out for anyone who likes whom Jimmy Norden admires. Figured I would put it in the most recent thread about Space, etc
today: Friday, March 28th
Michio Kaku Theoretical Physics mkaku.org Host: Art Bell
Joining Art Bell will be Prof. Michio Kaku, who'll discuss his newest book Physics of the Impossible.
I believe the XM Channel is 165 starting at 1am.