Engines of Our Ingenuity

Episodes 1300 to 1349

No. 1349: Short-Lived Technologies
No. 1348: Castel del Monte>
No. 1347: Inventing Money
No. 1346: 1900
No. 1345: The Pantheon
No. 1344: The Monitor's Flush Toilet
No. 1343: Forgotten Lore
No. 1342: Wright and Langley
No. 1341: Physiology in 1872
No. 1340: Animals and Emotion
No. 1339: The Good Soldier Švejk
No. 1338: The Last Masts
No. 1337: Frankenstein
No. 1336: Big Diesel Engines
No. 1335: Airships
No. 1334: Stone/Iron Age Europe
No. 1333: Energy is Pure Delight
No. 1332: Moment of Inertia
No. 1331: The Mississippi
No. 1330: Electric Lights before Edison
No. 1329: Life in Outer Space -- In 1698
No. 1328: The Medieval West
No. 1327: Electricity, Books, and Change
No. 1326: Lift-Off
No. 1325: The Day the Dam Broke

No. 1324: C Rations
No. 1323: Fleming's Electric Valve
No. 1322: Beating the System?
No. 1321: Century-Old Solar Collector
No. 1320: Intellectual Misdirection
No. 1319: Rockefeller Differential Analyzer
No. 1318: Three-Field Rotation
No. 1317: Iron In America
No. 1316: Parachutes
No. 1315: Algae Burgers
No. 1314: Cinqué
No. 1313: Rotation
No. 1312: McDouall-Stuart Expedition
No. 1311: The Cistercians
No. 1310: Math & Abstraction
No. 1309: The deHavilland DH-4
No. 1308: Charles Dellschau
No. 1307: The Pendulum Clock
No. 1306: Voices from Adelaide
No. 1305: A = 440
No. 1304: What Makes Musical Tones
No. 1303: Transit of Venus
No. 1302: François Marcet's Steam Globe
No. 1301: The Boy Mechanic
No. 1300: Daniel Fahrenheit

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