Olaf Stapledon:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
William Olaf Stapledon (1886-1950), British philosopher and writer, was born near Liverpool; he served as a conscientious objector during WWII in France and Belgium. His works were a great influence on other sf writers, including Clarke, Aldiss and Lem.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Artificial Gravity System

Last and First Men (1930)

Artificial Planet

Star Maker (1937)

Artificial Transparent Element - see through it

Last and First Men (1930)

Gold-Fish-Bowl World

Star Maker (1937)

Light Traps (Dyson Sphere)

Star Maker (1937)

Near-Space Solar Energy Collectors

Star Maker (1937)

Planets Made Habitable

Last and First Men (1930)


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