"We were essentially being shell-shocked by rapid change. That was one of the things you needed science-fiction writers for back in the Sixties, because we could cope with the future."
Compare magnetic sandals to magnetic-soled shoes from Murray Leinster's 1953 novel Space Tug and the magnetized boots from Manly Wade Wellman's 1941 story Lost Rocket. A slightly different technology is used in the nifty grip shoes from 2001: A Space Odyssey.
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MULTI Model Of Star Trek Turbolift
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