Nat Schachner:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Nathaniel Schachner (1895-1955) was an American author first published in 1930 with his frequent co-author Arthur Leo Zagat (see their co-authored contributions under Nat Schachner w. AL Zagat). Schachner was trained as both a lawyer and a chemist; he was one of Isaac Asimov's favorite authors.

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Vibratium Wall Time Machine
An element that is unstable in time makes time travel possible and enables the Grandfather Paradox.

Ancestral Voices (1933)

Weather Machine
A device for controlling the weather.

Slaves of Mercury (1932)

Wine Pellets
Fine wine in convenient, dried form.

Redmask of the Outlands (1934)

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