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Planet City
A planet the surface of which is entirely covered over, forming one single city.
(From The Message From Space [1930] by David M. Speaker)
Rom (Robot Operated Missiles)
Intercontinental robotic weapons.
(From Breakfast at Twilight [1954] by Philip K. Dick)
Snake Boring Truck
A long thin truck like a snake, with a boring tip.
(From Breakfast at Twilight [1954] by Philip K. Dick)
Brain Rejuvenation
Erase unnecessary parts of memory to make room for new impressions.
(From The Message From Space [1930] by David M. Speaker)
Time Quake
Too much energy applied to a time-fault may have started this.
(From Breakfast at Twilight [1954] by Philip K. Dick)
Menograph (Mind-Writer)
Direct translation of thought to paper.
(From Ralph 124c 41 + [1911] by Hugo Gernsback)
Galactic Damping Field
A vast field of force emanating from the center of the galaxy.
(From Brain Wave [1953] by Poul Anderson)
Meteoric Dust Cloud
A vast cloud in space, through which the solar system moved for a decade.
(From Secret of the Buried City [1939] by John Russell Fearn)
Robot Surgery
Robots operate an advance operating theater.
(From Secret of the Buried City [1939] by John Russell Fearn)
Living-Globe
An inflatable bubble in space, suitable for human habitation.
(From The Beat Cluster [1961] by Fritz Leiber)
Sealingsilk
Transparent and flexible material, even against hard vacuum in space.
(From The Beat Cluster [1961] by Fritz Leiber)
Sun-Quilt
A colorful fabric with a silvered backing used to shield the interior of a living-globe from excessive sunlight.
(From The Beat Cluster [1961] by Fritz Leiber)
Green Guk
Algae that produces essential oxygen as a byproduct.
(From The Beat Cluster [1961] by Fritz Leiber)
Helio-Dynamophores (Sun-Power-Generators)
Photo-electric elements which transformed the solar heat direct into electric energy.
(From Ralph 124c 41 + [1911] by Hugo Gernsback)
Gravity Nullification (Gravity Screen)
Gravity annulled in its entirety in a small area.
(From Ralph 124c 41 + [1911] by Hugo Gernsback)
Precipitrons
Filtration system to remove dust and other particulates from the atmosphere in space stations.
(From The Beat Cluster [1961] by Fritz Leiber)
Robot Dog
A mechanical, robotic dog.
(From Gramp and his Dog [1952] by Frank Quattrocchi)
Air-Shoes
Footgear provides the wearer with the ability to "walk" through the air, climbing as needed.
(From An Adventure in Time [1930] by Francis Flagg)
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