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Nov 8, 2021

[Answer] 1. In 1968, Arthur C. Clarke took readers on "A Space Odyssey", centered on a set of strange monoliths with a deep connection to humanity's past and future. What year appears in the title of this influential book?

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...1. 1969 2. 6500 BC 3. 1999 4. 2001 Clarke wrote "2001: A Space Odyssey" while working with Stanley Kubrick on a movie version of the same story; the film won the race, but the book makes a lot more sense. The story begins early in hominid evolution, but most of the action takes place in 2001, on a manned mission looking for the origin of the monoliths. This space voyage includes one of the most famous subplots in science fiction: the descent into treachery of the shipboard computer, the HAL-9000. (There's another number!) Three sequels reference three later years: 2010, 2061, and 3001.




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2001:


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