History Creator / EEDocSmith

10th Sep '14 8:08:35 AM Gillimer
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* ScienceMarchesOn: The "computers" in ''Spacehounds of IPC'' are MEN who do the navigational computing for the spaceliners by hand and slide rule.
25th Dec '13 1:55:31 PM Specialist290
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E. E. “Doc” Smith was an American science fiction writer best known for SpaceOpera, a genre he arguably invented, including the ''Literature/SkylarkSeries'', the ''Literature/{{Lensman}}'' series, ''The Galaxy Primes'' and ''Spacehounds of IPC''. Smith was very much a pioneer in the field of science-fiction, starting work on ''The Skylark Of Space'' in 1916, though he was not able to find a publisher until 1928.
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E. E. “Doc” Smith '''Edward Elmer Smith, Ph.D.''' (often called "Doc" Smith) was an American science fiction writer best known for SpaceOpera, a genre he arguably invented, including the ''Literature/SkylarkSeries'', the ''Literature/{{Lensman}}'' series, ''The Galaxy Primes'' and ''Spacehounds of IPC''. Smith was very much a pioneer in the field of science-fiction, starting work on ''The Skylark Of Space'' in 1916, though he was not able to find a publisher until 1928.
28th Jul '12 6:08:06 PM Xtifr
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use unicode quotes to match the custom title we ended up with (regular double quotes didn't work there). also—namespace
E. E. "Doc" Smith was an American science fiction writer best known for SpaceOpera, a genre he arguably invented, including the ''{{Skylark|Series}}'' series, the ''{{Lensman}}'' series, ''The Galaxy Primes'' and ''Spacehounds of IPC''. Smith was very much a pioneer in the field of science-fiction, starting work on ''The Skylark Of Space'' in 1916, though he was not able to find a publisher until 1928. Smith's nickname "Doc" derives from the fact that he was a professional chemist, holding a doctorate in chemical engineering. It is fair to say, however, that he never let scientific plausibility get in the way of telling a ripping yarn.
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E. E. "Doc" “Doc” Smith was an American science fiction writer best known for SpaceOpera, a genre he arguably invented, including the ''{{Skylark|Series}}'' series, ''Literature/SkylarkSeries'', the ''{{Lensman}}'' ''Literature/{{Lensman}}'' series, ''The Galaxy Primes'' and ''Spacehounds of IPC''. Smith was very much a pioneer in the field of science-fiction, starting work on ''The Skylark Of Space'' in 1916, though he was not able to find a publisher until 1928. Smith's nickname "Doc" “Doc” derives from the fact that he was a professional chemist, holding a doctorate in chemical engineering. It is fair to say, however, that he never let scientific plausibility get in the way of telling a ripping yarn.

!!Works by E. E. "Doc" Smith with their own trope pages include: * SkylarkSeries * {{Lensman}} !!Other works by E. E. "Doc" Smith provide examples of:
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!!Works by E. E. "Doc" “Doc” Smith with their own trope pages include: * SkylarkSeries ''Literature/SkylarkSeries'' * {{Lensman}} ''Literature/{{Lensman}}'' !!Other works by E. E. "Doc" “Doc” Smith provide examples of:
27th Jul '12 8:44:09 PM PaulA
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E. E. "Doc" Smith was an American science fiction writer best known for SpaceOpera, a genre he arguably invented, including the ''[[SkylarkSeries Skylark]]'' series, the ''{{Lensman}}'' series, ''The Galaxy Primes'' and ''Spacehounds of IPC''. Smith was very much a pioneer in the field of science-fiction, starting work on ''The Skylark Of Space'' in 1916, though he was not able to find a publisher until 1928.
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E. E. "Doc" Smith was an American science fiction writer best known for SpaceOpera, a genre he arguably invented, including the ''[[SkylarkSeries Skylark]]'' ''{{Skylark|Series}}'' series, the ''{{Lensman}}'' series, ''The Galaxy Primes'' and ''Spacehounds of IPC''. Smith was very much a pioneer in the field of science-fiction, starting work on ''The Skylark Of Space'' in 1916, though he was not able to find a publisher until 1928.
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