"did I had an extremely expensive wife - she would see a new car that she liked and just buy it... under California law I was bound to buy her debts. I think I turned out 16 novels in five years."
Compare to the anti-gravity belt from Philip Frances Nowlan's 1928 story Armageddon: 2419 A.D., the gravity web from Frank Herbert's 1969 novel Whipping Star and synthetigrav from James Schmitz' 1949 story Agent of Vega.
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