A Menace in Miniature by Raymond Z. Gallun:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Amazing story about two survivors of an expedition to a small fragment of a world that is traveling through our solar system. What has killed the other astronauts? Something too small to see... Select an invention:

Proton Pistol (Proton Beam) - beams of fury

Ultra-microrobot - small as an insect

 

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Starshade Will Help Space Telescope To Search For Exoplanets
re: Edmond Hamilton
(6/7/2019)

Tiny LEDs Developed For Dust-Sized Computers
re: Neal Stephenson
(6/5/2019)

Is There Extraterrestrial Life Here In The Solar System
re: Arthur C. Clarke
(6/3/2019)

Can We Comprehend Deep Learning Systems?
re: Lewis Padgett
(6/1/2019)

Skin Electronics Can Show Electrocardiogram
re: Chen Qiufan
(5/29/2019)

Chinese Fern Helps Remediate Arsenic Soil
re: Gregory Benford
(5/27/2019)

Skai Air Taxi Costs The Same As Uber
re: Isaac Asimov
(5/25/2019)

Neurodevices For Consumers? Neuroethicists (And Philip K Dick) Say 'Caveat Emptor'
re: Philip K. Dick
(5/23/2019)

NASA 3D Printed Habitat Challenge Won By AI SpaceFactory
re: John W. Campbell
(5/21/2019)

The Future Of Elon Musk's Neuralink
re: Richard Meredith
(5/19/2019)

Researchers Make You Say Anything in Videos
re: Ray Bradbury
(5/17/2019)

Jeff Bezos Tries Waldoes (Robotic Hands)
re: Robert Heinlein
(5/15/2019)

Asimov and Musk - Boring Company Tunnel vs. Street Race
re: Isaac Asimov
(5/13/2019)

Project Dylan - Amazon's Voice-Activated Wearable That Recognizes Human Emotions
re: Shoji Kawamori
(5/11/2019)

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