"the [science fiction] writer should be able to convince the reader (and himself) that the wonders he is describing really can come true...and that gets tricky when you take a good, hard look at the world around you."
During the pre-war era, there was a lot of talk about atomic devices of various kinds.
Compare to the pocket nucleo-bulb penlight from Foundation (1951) by Isaac Asimov.
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