"Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for the apparent disinclination to do so"

 

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Douglas Noël Adams (Cambridge, Inglaterra; 11 de marzo de 1952-Santa Bárbara, California, Estados Unidos; 11 de mayo de 2001) fue un escritor y guionista radiofónico inglés, famoso principalmente por su serie La guía del autoestopista galáctico. En el momento de su muerte la serie había vendido más de quince millones de ejemplares.1​ También era conocido por sus iniciales DNA, o —debido a su firma ilegible— como Bop Ad o Bob.


Douglas Noël Adams (Cambridge, England, March 11, 1952-Santa Barbara, California, United States, May 11, 2001) was an English radio writer and screenwriter, famous mainly for his series The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. By the time of his death the series had sold over fifteen million copies.1 He was also known by his initials DNA, or—because of his illegible signature—as Bop Ad or Bob.


 


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