Harl Vincent:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Harl Vincent (b. 1893 d. 1968) was the pen name of Harold Vincent Schoepflin, an American mechanical engineer and science fiction writer. Most of his stories were short works; The Doomsday Planet was the only work published as a novel.


(Harl Vincent)

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Sol-Ido
The universal language of interplanetary travelers.

Water-Bound World (1932)

Time-Space Television
A device for seeing into the past.

Water-Bound World (1932)

Ultra-Telescope Ray
A transporter Ray that works over interplanetary distances.

The Moon Weed (1931)

Videophone
A person-to-person communication device offering sight as well as sound.

The Golden Girl of Munan (1928)

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