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Compare to positive ray propulsion from The Prince of Space (1931) by Jack Williamson, the ion drive from Equalizer (1947) by Jack Williamson, the Sun-Powered Ionic Drive Motor from The Planet Strappers (1961) by Raymond Z. Gallun and ion cannon from Star Wars (1976) by George Lucas.
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'the registration number which the traffic control automatically photographed as she left the controlway...'
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'Then they press one of these here thirteen buttons...'
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'...without burning a single hydrocarbon molecule to injure the diseased atmosphere any further.'
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'...work a human being does around a house.'
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'...in the tank the new body and the new mind and memory and life has taken almost instant form.'
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'pirate three-vee satellites sanded out of orbit...'
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'The atmosphere yielded its moisture with reluctance. It had to be coaxed down...'
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