1450 to 1499
Engines of Our Ingenuity

Episodes 1450 to 1499


No. 1499: Domesticating Animals
No. 1498: Thoughts on Jumping
No. 1497: The Double-Bitted Axe
No. 1496: Mrs. Greenhow, Confederate Spy
No. 1495: The Chauffeur Problem
No. 1494: X-ray hair removal
No. 1493: Y2K
No. 1492: Necessity in the Siege of Paris
No. 1491: Orpheus
No. 1490: Germs
No. 1489: Helicopter
No. 1488: The Roeblings
No. 1487: Telephone Use
No. 1486: What is Gold Worth
No. 1485: Ship of Gold
No. 1484: Georg Cantor
No. 1483: Gibbs and Visualization
No. 1482: Black Box
No. 1481: Photography: The Salad Days
No. 1480: Streamline
No. 1479: Great-Grandchildren
No. 1478: Statue of Liberty, 1885
No. 1477: A Car for Anne Boleyn
No. 1476: Inventing the Dishwasher
No. 1475: Evariste Galois


No. 1474: Beach's Secret Subway
No. 1473: Titanic and Great Eastern
No. 1472: Big Numbers
No. 1471: Jamestown and Suicide
No. 1470: Occam's Razor
No. 1469: The Hourglass
No. 1468: The Bicycle
No. 1467: Napoleon and Iron
No. 1466: Vegetable Physiology
No. 1465: The Cancer-Cluster Problem
No. 1464: Learning Curve
No. 1463: New Hampshire Iron
No. 1462: Jedidiah Morse
No. 1461: Telescopes
No. 1460: Chindogu
No. 1459: Teaching and Ambiguity
No. 1458: Streetcars in Houston
No. 1457: Eratosthenes's Diameter of Earth
No. 1456: Paper in Samarkand
No. 1455: Dentistry
No. 1454: Juxtaposition and Contradiction
No. 1453: Two Huygens & John Donne
No. 1452: Luddites and Techies
No. 1451: Inventing the Library
No. 1450: Searching for Cleopatra

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