Engines of Our Ingenuity

Episodes 2300 to 2349

No. 2349: Building Railroads
No. 2348: Reading, 2008
No. 2347: Munich Museum, 1912
No. 2346: Prehistoric Food
No. 2345: Programming Music
No. 2344: Transco Tower
No. 2343: Coubertin and the Olympics
No. 2342: Maya Blue
No. 2341: Wagner's Tuba
No. 2340: The Beauty/Symmetry Puzzle
No. 2339: Distaffs and Home Economics
No. 2338: Skill and Chance
No. 2337: Frank Hornby
No. 2336: Jefferson, Inventor
No. 2335: Life in a Seaport
No. 2334: The Year 2000 as Envisioned in 1888
No. 2333: Corn's Best Friend
No. 2332: The Automobile in 1915
No. 2331: Temple Grandin
No. 2330: Iceboats on the Hudson
No. 2329: Thurston and Fulton
No. 2328: An Unbuilt Bridge
No. 2327: George Dantzig
No. 2326: More on Steam Warships
No. 2325: Roll over Beethoven

No. 2324: Fences
No. 2323: Teleportation
No. 2322: The Steam Navy
No. 2321: A History Lesson
No. 2320: Computer Memory
No. 2319: Flying to the Arctic
No. 2318: Lemkin and Genocide
No. 2317: Backwater Curves
No. 2316: Operations Research
No. 2315: Advertising and Pricing
No. 2314: Montaigne and the Essay
No. 2313: Atlantropa
No. 2312: More Than One Computer
No. 2311: From Thought to Thing
No. 2310: Xerxes and the Hellespont
No. 2309: Broken Brushes
No. 2308: Twenty Years
No. 2307: Nature's Engineer
No. 2306: Earth Tones
No. 2305: La Marseillaise
No. 2304: Carnegie and Young Watt
No. 2303: William LeMessurier
No. 2302: Henry Koster
No. 2301: Making Flat into Round
No. 2300: Pink Flamingos

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