1959J. WhiteVisitor at Large in New Worlds Science Fiction June 8
Prilicla, he realised uncomfortably, was an empath. The being had not said very much since they had met a short time ago, but everything that it had said had backed up Conway’s feelings in the particular matter under discussion. His new assistant was not a telepath—it could not read thoughts—but it was sensitive to feelings and would therefore have been aware of Conway’s curiosity.
1968J. WhiteVertigo in J. Carnell New Writings in SF 12 30
In our own early days of spaceflight—before gravity control, hyperspatial travel and atomic motors made considerations of weight of little or no importance—vehicles had to be built as light as possible.
1960J. WhiteHigh Road in New Worlds Science Fiction May 120
We had no transport ourselves, and when one of the men, a limited Pre-cog, sensed a car coming in a few minutes we put him beside the road knowing that that way he would have medical attention quickly.
1960J. White in New Worlds Science Fiction Jan. 5
Sections which should have fitted together very often had to be modified to make them join properly, and this necessitated moving the sections together and apart several times with massed tractor and pressor beams.
1955J. WhiteStar Walk in New Worlds Science Fiction (#33) Mar. 40
If they hadn’t insisted on a certain surplus of fuel and credits being available at all times, C-ships would have become marooned on out-of-the-way colonies and their service would have collapsed. Out here on the impoverished Rim worlds, they were hated like poison. But it wasn’t like that in the Centre.
1983J. WhiteSurvivor in Alien Emergencies (2002) 248
In spite of his considerable experience with spacewreck casualties of all shapes, sizes, and physiological classifications, Conway winced at the memory of what they had found.
1980J. WhiteAmbulance Ship 178
‘It occurred to me that the crew rather than the ship are in a distressed condition and that their problem might be psychological rather than medical, and they might be in a disturbed and non-rational state.’… Now he has delusions of being a xenopsychologist! thought Conway.