Arthur C. Clarke was a great mind and visionary in the Other World.
He created one of the great principles of science which states; Any technology, sufficiently advanced, is indistinguishable from magic., the corollary to one of the fundamental rules that govern magic in the world of Daventry (any magic, sufficiently advanced, is indistinguishable from technology). For in Daventry, technology is considered one of the worst kinds of sorcerous magic. Clarke's principle is sometimes attributed to members of the Royal Family of Daventry. Clarke's principle is often attributed to Alexander, as he has quoted and used it in some of his works.