W.L. Bade
Books and Stories

William Lemoine Bade (b. 1928 - d. 2005) was an American academic, a physicist who worked for NASA and a science fiction writer. He was known for his hard SF stories, published from 1948 to 1953.Select a novel or story title to see the inventions from that work:

Lost Ulysses, Astounding Stories, 1949

 

 

 

 

 

Science Fiction in the News:

Foldable Galaxy Phones, I Swear They're Coming (Maybe) (9/6/2017)

Bacteria Behave Differently In Space (9/4/2017)

Brain Connected To Internet - ‘Brainternet' (9/2/2017)

Artificial Spider Silk (8/22/2017)

MIT Tunes Ions For Frictionless Surface - Superlubricity! (8/21/2017)

Seiko Astron Always Knows Your Time Zone (8/20/2017)

Robot Buddhist Priest Chants, Drums (8/19/2017)

Koniku Kore, Mouse Brain-Based Chip, Detects Explosives (8/18/2017)

CNH Industrial Autonomous Tractor Concept Video (8/17/2017)

The Neuroon Open Sleep Tracker For Lucid Dreaming (8/15/2017)

 

 

 

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