Science Fiction in the News Articles
Related to material in A Conquest of Two Worlds
by Edmond Hamilton

Interesting early story bridges nineteenth century styles and sf. How to fight with the Jovians? Better have the right equipment for high gravity.

Science fiction in the News articles describe real-world events that relate to the ideas and inventions in sf novels and movies. Select a news article:

NASA's X1 Robotic Exoskeleton For Astronauts
   'Earth's scientists solved the problem to some extent by devising rigid metallic clothing...'- Edmond Hamilton, 1932.

DARPA's Warrior Web
   'Earth's scientists solved the problem to some extent by devising rigid metallic clothing not unlike armor...'- Edmond Hamilton, 1932.

Robotic Exoskeleton For Shipyard Workers
   'Earth's scientists solved the problem... devising rigid metallic clothing not unlike armor...'- Edmond Hamilton, 1932.

Audi's Chairless Chair Lower Body Exoskeleton
   'Solved the problem to some extent by devising rigid metallic clothing...'- Edmond Hamilton, 1929.

Ekso Works Industrial Exoskeleton
   'Earth's scientists [devised] rigid metallic clothing not unlike armor...'- Edmond Hamilton, 1932.

FORTIS Exoskeleton Not Quite Ripley's Alien-Fighting Exoskeleton
   'Earth's scientists solved the problem to some extent by devising rigid metallic clothing...' - Edmond Hamilton, 1932.

Rigid Clothing, Or Wearable Furniture?
   'Earth's scientists solved the problem ... by devising rigid metallic clothing.'

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Matrix Sentinel Ancestor, The Pipe Inspector Robot From Krakow
re: Wachowskis
(2/15/2017)

Auto-Focus Smart Glasses Have Liquid Lenses
re: Frank Herbert
(2/14/2017)

Robotic Physician Assistant Has Steady 'Hands'
re: Raymond Z. Gallun
(2/13/2017)

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