Paul Ernst:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Paul Frederic Ernst (b. 1899 - d. 1985) was an American writer, mostly of short fiction for pulp markets. His first published story may have been "The Temple of Serpents" for Weird Tales in October 1928, and he remained active through the 1930's.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Atom Compactor (Metal Earthworm)
A tunneling device.

Death Dives Deep (1936)

Iron Man Robot With Human Brain
A huge robot with a tub containing a human brain.

Iron Man (1933)


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