Second Foundation by Isaac Asimov:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

The final novel of the Foundation trilogy; will psychohistory get back on track and bring peace to the galaxy? You've read the first two books; this is more of the same great stuff. (Also, take a look at the inventive ideas from Asimov's first and second books in the trilogy - Foundation and Foundation and Empire.) Select an invention:

Automatic Ticket Machine - your ticket to the stars

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Prime Radiant - the ultimate conference projector

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Extremophile Microbe Loves Space Rocks
re: F.E. Hardart
(11/29/2019)

Magic Mushroom Nose Spray From Silo Wellness
re: Various
(11/27/2019)

CAV-X Supercavitating Ammo Deadly Underwater
re: Jules Verne
(11/25/2019)

Space Domes Over-rated? Science Fiction Authors Have Answers
re: Robert Heinlein
(11/23/2019)

Injectable Magnetic Fluid Slows Bleeding, Aids Magneto
re: Various
(11/21/2019)

Autonomous Wheelchairs Improve Airport Mobility
re: David H. Keller
(11/19/2019)

HVSD, Kitty Hawk's Electric Plane
re: John W. Campbell
(11/17/2019)

Frictionless Toilet Could Save 140 Billion Liters Of Water
re: Niven and Pournelle
(11/15/2019)

Viisights AI Hones Video Surveillance
re: Pournelle and Niven
(11/13/2019)

Cybertruck The Solar-Powered Steel Tortoise
re: Robert Heinlein
(11/11/2019)

Road Noise Charges Electric Cars With Peugeot Piezoelectric Billboard
re: Lloyd Biggle, Jr.
(11/9/2019)

Unsinkable Metal Latest Gates Obsession
re:
(11/7/2019)

M-Blocks 2.0 Self-Assembling Robots
re: Abraham Merritt
(11/5/2019)

NASA 'Broomstick' Recalls SciFi Ideas
re: Robert Heinlein
(11/3/2019)

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