Philip Nowlan (w/D. Calkins):
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
See this biography of Philip Frances Nowlan (b. 1888 - d. 1940).

Richard William "Dick" Calkins (b. 1894 d. 1962) was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan and graduated from the Chicago Art Institute, going to work as a cartoonist for the Detroit Free Press. During World War I, Calkins served in the Army Air Service as a pilot and flight instructor.

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Aerocab

Buck Rogers, 2430 AD (1929)

Atomic Shell

Buck Rogers, 2430 AD (1929)

Force-Ray

Buck Rogers, 2430 AD (1929)

Hypnotelevisor

Buck Rogers, 2430 AD (1929)

Mechanical Hand

Buck Rogers, 2430 AD (1929)

Metalloglass

Buck Rogers, 2430 AD (1929)

Reflectocosmic Spectrometer

Buck Rogers, 2430 AD (1929)

Remote Telepresence Robot

Buck Rogers, 2430 AD (1929)

Rocket Pistol

Buck Rogers, 2430 AD (1929)

Ship Pushes Moon

Buck Rogers, 2430 AD (1929)

Ship's Artificial Gravity

Buck Rogers, 2430 AD (1929)

Ships With Legs

Buck Rogers, 2430 AD (1929)


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