Transwarp Tuesday! The Nine Billion Names of God by Arthur C Clarke

Someone just mentioned this book to me at a Celebration of Life for artist John Scott an old friend since 1971. check it out. there’s some synchronicity here.

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The End is Nigh…

Arthur C Clarke’s 1953 story The Nine Billion Names of God is considered to be a classic. Although it appeared on the scene before either of the big sci-fi awards, the Hugo and the Nebula, it was awarded a retrospective Hugo in 2004. So it seems like a good choice for this week’s…

TRANSWARP TUESDAY!

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The Nine Billion Names of God by Arthur C Clarke

Dr. Wagner was scarcely conscious of the faint sounds from the Manhattan streets far below. He was in a different world, a world of natural, not man-made, mountains. High up in their remote aeries these monks had been patiently at work, generation after generation, compiling their lists of meaningless words. Was there any limit to the follies of mankind? Still, he must give no hint of his inner thoughts. The…

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