The Engines of Our Ingenuity Episodes: 400 to 449
Engines of Our Ingenuity

Episodes 400 to 449


No. 449: Shinkansen Train
No. 448: High Heat Flux in Japan
No. 447: Synthesis & Reality
No. 446: Of Mice and Men
No. 445: An American Revolution
No. 444: Royal Geographical Soc.
No. 443: Date Line
No. 442: Designing Software
No. 441: The Insect Empire
No. 440: End of a Card File
No. 439: Cathedral and Pyramid
No. 438: Redheffer's PMM-I
No. 437: Old Electrical Handbook
No. 436: To Kill a City
No. 435: Hedy Lamarr, Inventor
No. 434: Little Robots
No. 433: Traffic
No. 432: John Montgomery
No. 431: First Person
No. 430: Mining the Moon
No. 429: The Mismeasure of Man
No. 428: Maria Mitchell
No. 427: Printer's Marks
No. 426: Oliver Heaviside
No. 425: Cold Water
No. 424: Why Does? Why Is?
No. 423: Terman & Silicon Valley
No. 422: Shot Tower
No. 421: Steamer, United States
No. 420: The Peaceable Kingdom
No. 419: Eliphalet Nott
No. 418: Patent Law
No. 417: Words
No. 416: Bavarian Polytechnic Society
No. 415: Observation Balloons
No. 414: South-Pointing Chariot
No. 413: Edwin Hubble
No. 412: Old Analog Computer
No. 411: Stonehenge
No. 410: Coleridge & Newton
No. 409: The Lookout Mountain Incline
No. 408: Measuring a Genie
No. 407: Women in Astronomy
No. 406: A Man with Wheels?
No. 405: Deep Time
No. 404: A Night at the Opera
No. 403: Digging Through Panama
No. 402: Solar Energy
No. 401: IBM and the 1890 Census
No. 400: Chinese Technology

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