Nelson S. Bond:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Nelson Slade Bond (b. 1908 d. 2006) was an American author who wrote extensively for books, magazines, radio, television and the stage.

He was also the 1998 recipient of the Nebula Author Emeritus award for lifetime achievement. Bond was a pioneer in early science fiction and fantasy.

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Antigrav Boots
Footgear that negate gravity.

The Day We Celebrate (1941)

Charted Planetoid Mines
Charting the planetoids and minor bodies for mining purposes.

The Day We Celebrate (1941)

Focuses the sun's rays on a planetary surface for terraforming purposes.

The Day We Celebrate (1941)

Protects ships from the hazards of space.

Fugitives From Earth (1939)

Space Placers - Roughing It in space
Miners who use placer mining techniques adapted from Earth geology.

The Day We Celebrate (1941)

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