Sir Arthur C Clarke, one of science fiction's most visionary authors, has died at the age of 90.
Best known, of course, for the movie 2001: A Space Oddysey, he was an author who often included religious (or at least mystical) elements or themes in his stories (The Star, and The Nine Billion Names of God come to mind), and as such will probably crop up here again.
That he hasn't cropped up here more often is a poor reflection on the influence he has had on the science fiction genre, and no doubt will continue to have for some time yet.
I really enjoyed his Rama books when I was 17.
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