A Parallel to 2001

eanbardsley

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Albeit Science Fiction, the story is based in mathematical theory. The story itself has a parallel to the Science Fiction Space Odyssey of Arthur C. Clarke, but takes us to quite a different place. Admitedly the story is in mid-stride, but the half-way point is a conclusion in itself. I have dedicated a website to it, which contains both a document that can be read, under “The Saga” in the navigation bar, and a video under “The Interview” in the navigation bar. The website location is:

http://web.me.com/ianbeardsley/neptunesaga/

This is not archaeoastronomy in the traditional sense, but does bear a connection to the field.
 

clovis-man

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You'll pardon me, but I don't think this is really about Arthur C. Clarke.
 

eanbardsley

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You'll pardon me, but I don't think this is really about Arthur C. Clarke.
I saw it that way, as I think the story has a parallel to his 2001, as I explained. A parallel means it is related to the work in a certain way.
 
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