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What are some of the most influential works in your life?
Books, paintings, albums, papers, poems, anything.
Issac Asimov,Auther Clark.Popular Science,Ive read countless collections of short stories published in the 60s and 70s which was long ago,I read OMNI Magazine...I've ordered the complete Sprawl series but my scientific knowledge mostly comes from casual observation of documentaries and breaking media updates...dont let me confuse you of myself being an expert on science, just enthusiastic:)!! I depend on people with a better scientific measure along with imagination such as Lxxy to show me the way...!!!
Nice. Will have to look around--K@ri and I are wanting to read 1984. Amazingly, I haven't yet! But I've done enough cliff notes..haha. I'm no scientific knowledge source, either. Just like you--I'm more of a student of sophistry, philosophy, and observation.
For me , it's people , the work of God. Other than that it is The Alchemist, among other books.
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