In 20000 A.D.! by Nat Schachner (w. AL Zagat):
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

"THE mere mention of words cannot convey truly the thrill that the editors experienced when they read this marvelous time-traveling story. Imagine yourself suddenly rushed through time and finding yourself thrown into the year 20,000 A.D. I Into a world of which we know nothing and one that even your most fantastic dreams cannot picture adequately!

We know that in 18,000 years the world will have changed so enormously (that is the human race and its civilization will have changed) that it will be practically unrecognizable. A man of to-day, even possessed of the broadest education and vision would find himself in a terrible plight if thrown into that world. Imagine then the predicament in this startling story of a country boy who is forced to play a part in the stirring events of a great civilization!" Select an invention:

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re: Anne McCaffrey

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re: Gene Roddenberry

FLOAT Levitating Train On The Moon ala Clarke
re: Arthur C. Clarke

Singapore Writers Push Back On LLM Training
re: Anthony Boucher

SpaceX Intros Extravehicular Activity Suit
re: Garret P. Serviss

Athena Smart Security Guard Robot With Face Recognition
re: Greg Bear

The FLUTE Project - A Huge Liquid Mirror In Space
re: Raymond Z. Gallun

Robot Preachers Found To Undermine Religious Commitment
re: Philip K Dick

CyberCab - Tesla Renames The Robotaxi
re: Michael Swanwick

SpaceHopper Microgravity Robot Lands On Its Feet
re: Arthur C. Clarke

Brin's 1990 Novel Earth Still Full Of Predictions
re: David Brin

'Whisper Mode' ala Blue Thunder Researched At Bristol
re: Various

Gaia - Why Stop With Just The Earth?
re: Robert Castle

Microsoft VASA-1 Creates Personal Video From A Photo
re: Robert Heinlein

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