Arthur C. Clarke’s Last Message to Humanity

Posted on: March 20, 2008

The world’s best known writer of science fiction, Sir Arthur C Clarke was the first to propose satellite communications in 1945. One of his short stories inspired the World Wide Web, while another was later expanded to make the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey, which he co-wrote with director Stanley Kubrick. He has lived in Sri Lanka since 1956. This is the final video of a remarkable man of optimism and vision for us to  cherish forever:

5 Responses to "Arthur C. Clarke’s Last Message to Humanity"

I for one shall much miss Arthur C. Clark. He did indeed both entertain me and stretch my mind. I would be a lesser man were it not for his life.

Arthur C Clarke’s Last Message to Humanity

I found a great video posted on a great blog called Biosingularity. The Biosingularity blog posts links to articles, news stories, and research in the medical and health field that showcase real breakthrough discoveries. Its a really neat blog. This

thanks, very interesting

Thank you so much for making that Arthur Clarke video available. I really appreciate the opportunity to watch him speak.

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