"Science fiction is really sociological studies of the future, things that the writer believes are going to happen by putting two and two together."
Very early reference to the idea of a special suit that was proof against the vacuum of space.
Compare to space-armor from Revolt of the Star Men (1932) by Raymond Z Gallun, Osprey space armor from Salvage in Space (1933) by Jack Williamson, lightweight space armor from Hotel Cosmos (1938) by Raymond Z. Gallun, Dirigible Space Armor (Working Space Suits) from Collision Orbit (1941) by Jack Williamson, and space armor from Cities in Flight (1957) by James Blish.
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'... he had tightened the chest to gain maximum pumping action from the motion of breathing.'
Drones Participate In Buddhist Rites
'...a prayer wheel swung into view and began spinning at a furious pace.'
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'She is a personality-construct, a congeries of software agents'
Video Manicuring ala Schismatrix
'The program raced up the screen one scan line at a time'
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'And are all the people willing to be governed by a machine?'
NASA Tests Prototype Europa Lander
Why have legs if they don't walk around?
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'...it was so easy for me to remain motionless in midair.'
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'It's an old model,' Rawlins said. 'I'm not sure what to do.'
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'the robot-boss was busy at the lip of the new lode instructing and egging the men on to greater speed...'
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'He rode the bike with an intense lack of physical grace...'
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