Armageddon: 2419 A.D. by Philip Frances Nowlan:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas
Fascinating story is the basis for the Buck Rogers serials of the 1930's and all of the subsequent movies and the TV show. Americans in the 25th century have been conquered by the Hans, invaders from Asia with advanced technology. Americans rebuild their civilization in secret with amazing advances of their own. Awakening in 2419, 20th century man Anthony Rogers helps to overcome the invaders. Select
A device which, when worn, reduces exposure to the effects of gravitation.
Concentrated synthetic food rations.
A device that allows the user to literally float in the air
Very handy material is invisible and non-reflective.
Invisible metal makes the thinnest, strongest wire.
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