The Man from the Atom by G. Peyton Wertenbaker:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Some science fiction stories have a grand scale, and then there's this story, in which a scientist equips his friend with a modest little device which causes his friend to grow to the size of a typical galaxy.


(The Man from the Atom)

Select an invention:

Atomic Energy Motor
An engine which utilizes atomic energy.

Atomic Machine
A device that shrinks and expands its wearer.

Transparent Dome Helmet
A spacesuit helmet that can be seen through.

Vacuum Suit
An early description of a space suit, and the first use of this now archaic phrase.

 

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