A Journey In Other Worlds by John Jacob Astor IV:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

This book describes life in the year 2000. The United States is a global superpower; a wide variety of inventions are described (see below!) Select an invention:

Aeriduct (Rain Maker) - watch for showers

Arctic Signal Light

Double-Door Vestibule

Electric Car Recharging Station

Electric Phaetons (Electric Cars)

Electric Protection-Wires (Electrified Fence)

Global Climate Control

Instantaneous Kodaks (Traffic Control)

Magnetic Eyes

Magnetic Railroads

Marine Spider (Hydrofoil)

Rooftop Windmill - renewable energy vision

Spaceship - not 'space-ship'

Vehicle Energy Reclamation

Wind Power Generation

Windmill Mast

 

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Engineered Living Building Materials
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Arkangel: Automatic Visual Censoring
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NASA Competition To Design A Bucket Drum For Moon Mining
re: Ray Cummings
(3/7/2020)

Medical Assistant Robot May Roam The Halls Of Hospitals
re: Isaac Asimov
(3/5/2020)

No Autonomous Trucks? Wait, What?
re: Philip K. Dick
(3/3/2020)

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re: Philip K. Dick
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