James Schmitz:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
James Henry Schmitz (1911-1981) was born in Hamburg, Germany of American parents. He lived in Germany until 1938, but left before WWII started. He served as an aerial photographer in the Pacific. He published his first story in 1943 and kept writing through the seventies.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Dirt-Farming

The End of the Line (1951)

Dominator

The End of the Line (1951)

Emergency Treatment Tank (Chamber)

Agent of Vega (1949)

Mind-Lock

Agent of Vega (1949)

Mind-Parasite

Agent of Vega (1949)

Ontogenetic Adaptation

The End of the Line (1951)

Quizzer

Agent of Vega (1949)

Self-Assembling Robots - robot, configure thyself

The Witches of Karres (1966)

Sheem Spider Robot

The Witches of Karres (1966)

Synthetigrav

Agent of Vega (1949)

Telepath Transmitter

Agent of Vega (1949)

Vat Meat (Albert) - live shawarma

The End of the Line (1951)

Visiglobe

Agent of Vega (1949)

Vivo-Gel

Agent of Vega (1949)


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