Theodore Sturgeon:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Edward Hamilton Waldo (1918-1985) changed his name to Theodore Sturgeon after his mother's divorce and remarriage. He wrote many short stories for magazines like Astounding Science Fiction and Unknown, and was perhaps the most anthologized science fiction author of the 1950's. He later wrote screenplays for Star Trek episodes (like Shore Leave and Amok Time. Always remember Sturgeon's Law - '90% of everything is crud.'
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Automatic Refueling Screen

Biddiver (1941)

Momentum Screen

Completely Automatic (1941)

Neoterics - genius on tap

Microcosmic God (1941)

Nothing - just holes

It was Nothing - Really! (1969)

Orbital Mirror - sunlight when you want it

Completely Automatic (1941)


Stars are Styx (1950)

Sleep Destroying Field

Biddiver (1941)

Talking Speedometer

Biddiver (1941)

Voicewriter Screen (Computer Monitor)

Granny Won't Knit (1954)

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