Did this inspire Arthur C. Clarke 2001?

Proven? Hmm. However, Thomas Sheridan is a favourite. Another favourite is Ryan Dawson who would poo-poo such other worldly ideas. I would like to see a conversation between Thomas and Ryan for my own curiosity….

Sakwala Chakraya, Sri Lanka ශ්රී ලංකා අභිරහස


6 Responses to “Did this inspire Arthur C. Clarke 2001?”

  1. Tapestry says:

    Before worrying too much about the esoteric, of which you can find loads on the internet, people ought to follow The Electric Universe, the basic course of how the universe really works. At http://www.thunderbolts.info

  2. NPP says:

    I would love to see a wider discussion on the EU….. er, Electric Universe!

    But, it’s all theory at this stage whether Big Bangs, Creation or EU, isn’t it?

    But, e.g. the Grand Canyon being the result of a ‘thunderbolt’ is an enticing idea.

  3. Cobalt says:

    Wasn’t the monolith in the 2001 and 2010 films meant to be a stargate? Arthur C. Clarke wanted to base the stargate/black hole/vortex on Iapetus. There’s even a monolith on that moon:


  4. Tapestry says:

    If you follow the Electric Universe it leaves you in little doubt that the mainstream is hopelessly off the mark. There are no black holes for example. Because the fact that the universe runs on electricity and that there is plasma literally everywhere that exists forces them to come up with ludicrous theories like black holes, pulsars and so on.

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