Edwin K. Sloat:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Edwin Kirk Sloat (b. 1895 - d. 1986) was an American science fiction writer; he also worked as a newspaperman and a band leader. He was active in writing between 1928 and 1940.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Battle Sphere
An armored space ship using the simplest geometric shape.

The Space Rover (1932)

Crystal Cylinder Ship
A transparent space ship in the shape of a cylinder.

The Three Suns of Ev (1933)

Drink the Fungi
A method of suicide or criminal punishment involving ingestion of spores.

The Three Suns of Ev (1933)

Electro-Magnet Anchor
Attach a line to a spacecraft hull.

The Space Rover (1932)

Magnet Grapnel
Used to pull another vessel closer when boarding in space.

The Space Rover (1932)

Space Freighter - for hauling big loads
A large spacecraft used for heavy cargo; can lift off from the Earth or other planets.

The Space Rover (1932)

The direction leading toward the center of the solar system.

The Space Rover (1932)

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