Lost City of Mars by Harl Vincent:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

"A New Adventure on the Ruby of the Skies Bizarre, Startling"


('Lost City of Mars' by Harl Vincent)

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Beam Car
A vehicle like an elevator car, but which travels on a radio and magnetic beam, from the surface of a planet up to a satellite.

Levitators
Allows free flight in the interior volume of a vast sphere in space.

Silica Sphere (Dyson sphere)
An enclosed environment, excavated on Mars, and then placed into the heavens (it's Phobos)

 

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