Malcolm Jameson:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Malcolm Routh Jameson (b. 1891 - d. 1945) was an officer in the U.S. Navy and wrote during the Golden Age of science fiction. He began writing just seven years before his death, publishing more than 70 stories and novelettes. Well-known science fiction editor Groff Conklin calls Jameson's work "lively, ingenious and readable."

(Malcolm Jameson)

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Battle Integrator - a moving solidograph
A three-dimensional representation of warfare in space.

The Bureaucrat (1944)

Bee Wing
A flapping wing aircraft in use on Mars.

Slacker's Paradise (1941)

Etheric Typhoon
The idea that space itself can have disturbances.

A Question of Salvage (1939)

Extraecliptic Travel Lanes
Organized interplanetary travel using routes not confined to the ecliptic.

A Question of Salvage (1939)

Relating to gravity.

A Question of Salvage (1939)

The science of using gravity as a technology.

Tricky Tonnage (1944)

Gyrocar Monorail
A self-balancing vehicle.

The Anarch (1944)

Making use of hand-held rockets or other reaction devices to move through space.

A Question of Salvage (1939)

Making a landing on a planet from space.

Quicksands of Youthwardness (1940)

Experienced hands on space ships.

A Question of Salvage (1939)

Creates a written record of distress signals and other reports.

A Question of Salvage (1939)

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