Neil R. Jones:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Neil R. Jones (b. 1909 - d. 1988) was an American writer who worked as a state unemployment insurance claims investigator. He published dozens of stories between 1930 and 1950.

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Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Anti-Glare Coated Glass
Special coated glass for space craft.

The Death's Head Meteor (1930)

Asteroid Space Flyer
Specialized one-man craft for exploring asteroids.

The Death's Head Meteor (1930)

A person who travels in space.

The Death's Head Meteor (1930)

Iron Fingers
Special metal manipulators set on the hull of a space craft, and manipulated from the inside.

The Death's Head Meteor (1930)

Radium Repeller ray
Move inbound asteroids aside to keep ships safe.

The Asteroid of Death (1931)

Reaction Attachment
Independent maneuvering for space suits.

The Asteroid of Death (1931)

Spherical Tires
Tires that are shaped like balls, rather than like squat cylinders.

The Death's Head Meteor (1930)

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