J. Harvey Haggard:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
John Harvey Haggard (b. 1913 - d. 2001) was an American writer and railwayman, known primarily for his stories in the early science fiction Pulp magazines, chiefly Wonder Stories.


(J. Harvey Haggard)

His first story, "Faster Than Light" (October 1930 Wonder Stories) was written when he was seventeen in response to a contest in Air Wonder Stories and takes on the bold idea of accelerating to the speed of light and breaking through into a new universe.

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Luxobe Crystals
They give light.

Moon Crystals (1936)

Needle Beam Gat
A thin disintegrator beam.

Moon Crystals (1936)

Spacegram - solar system telegram
Telegrams of the space lanes.

An Adventure on Eros (1931)

Telepadion Instructor
A device that places an entire sensory experience directly into the brain.

An Adventure on Eros (1931)

Vitrisheen
A translucent glass-like fashion choice.

Moon Crystals (1936)


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