William Nolan (w/G.C. Johnson):
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
William Francis Nolan (b. 1928) is an American author, who has written hundreds of stories in the science fiction, fantasy, horror, and crime fiction genres. He got involved in sf fandom in the Fifties, and published his first story in 1956; he also edited many collections.

George Clayton Johnson (b. 1929 d. 2015) was an American science fiction writer. He was also known for his script writing, having written for shows like Twilight Zone as well as the first episode of Star Trek.

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

A device fired from a gun that ends the life of a citizen, based on the color of their palm flower.

Logan's Run (1967)

Multifunction Gun
Offers a selection of lethal and non-lethal alternatives.

Logan's Run (1967)

Palm Flower - what color
It's like a life clock.

Logan's Run (1967)

A quiet place to die.

Logan's Run (1967)

Strong webbing in a tiny capsule, it expands to a net, capturing a suspect.

Logan's Run (1967)

Vapor Charge
A bullet that discharges gas.

Logan's Run (1967)

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