Armed Memory by Jim Smith:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

This is a remarkable book, is unfortunate that it is not available in a current edition. This is a book that begs to be turned into a movie; in reading it, it sometimes is very sparse, like a screenplay. The book is about "microded" gangsters who have genetically modified themselves to live as intelligent sharks. It's a great metaphor made real in the pages of the book; shadowy, predatory criminals living in the oceans depths. Select an invention:

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Jaguar I-Pace Audible Vehicle Alert System For EVs
re: Robert Heinlein
(10/12/2018)

Autonomous 'Fiberbots' Weave Large Structures
re: Charles Sheffield
(10/10/2018)

Birds Aren't Real - Wake Up, California! (With Bird Watching Guide)
re: Philip E. High
(10/8/2018)

Self-Healing Material Pulls Carbon Out Of The Air
re: Raymond Z. Gallun
(10/6/2018)

IRL Glasses Block Screens, Limit Vision To Real Life
re: John Varley
(10/4/2018)

Testing The Single-Person Spacecraft
re: Arthur C. Clarke
(10/2/2018)

Shapeshifting Materials Transform By Light
re: Philip K. Dick
(9/29/2018)

Fully Automated Farm Iron Ox Hydroponics
re: Otfrid von Hanstein
(9/27/2018)

BrainNet Social Network Of Brains
re: Pournelle and Niven
(9/25/2018)

Phil Nuyttnn's City Under The Sea
re: Andre Laurie
(9/23/2018)

IONITY Opens First 10 Fast-Charging Stations
re: John Jacob Astor IV
(9/21/2018)

Superstrong Multilayer Metal-Graphene Composite Material
re: Frank Herbert
(9/19/2018)

Deepfakes Imperil Democracy (George Orwell, Right Again)
re: George Orwell
(9/17/2018)

String Art Courtesy Of Robot Artist
re: Isaac Asimov
(9/15/2018)

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