Star of Dreams by Jack Williamson:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

A young psykinetics therapist with a unique treatment is taken on a journey to a miniature world to cure an exotic patient. Read it here.


(Star of Dreams by Jack Williamson)

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Chardion Field
Electronic 'envelope' that retained atmosphere on tiny worldlets.

Geodesic Inflexors
Propulsion provided not by pushing against matter, but against spacetime.

Hell-Stone
An incomparably beautiful and rare jewel.

Magnetic Sandals - stick around
Special footgear to walk in zero-gee spacecraft.

Moon-Terror
A syndrome common to people who live in less than half Earth-normal gravity.

Wall Screen
A large size display for video, anchored to a wall, or actually forming the wall itself.

 

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