Earl L. Bell:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Earl Leaston Bell (b. 1895- d. 1972) was an American journalist and science fiction writer born in Augusta, Georgia. He lived most of his life there, working for the Augusta Herald.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Atoplane
An airplane powered by nuclear energy, capable of tremendous speed and distance.

The Moon of Doom (1928)

Mother World
One's home planet, or the origin world of one's species.

The Moon of Doom (1928)


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