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Blurb: "The Nine Billion Names of God" is a 1953 science fiction short story by British writer Arthur C. Clarke. The story was among the stories selected in 1970 by the Science Fiction Writers of America as one of the best science fiction short stories published before the creation of the Nebula Awards.
ARTHUR C. CLARKE'S FAVORITE STORIES
THE NINE BILLION NAMES OF GOD -- A short-term course for computer the way to God.
TROUBLE WITH TIME -- Martian time proves that crimes doesn't pay!
NO MORNING AFTER -- Drink, drink and be merry, for tomorrow there will be no morning after...
THE POSSESSED -- Or, why the lemmings drowned.
ENCOUNTER AT DAWN -- The day the gods came to Earth.
THE SENTINEL -- The story which inspired 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY; when man sets off the galactic burglar alarm, who will answer the call?