Episodes 3050 to 3099

No. 3099: Gravity and the Importance of Three Physical Dimensions
No. 3098: Reading, Radio, and Video
No. 3097: Fire in the Kitchen
No. 3096: The Learning Value of Philosophy
No. 3095: Making a Revolution
No. 3094: Lobster
No. 3093: How Mathematicians Tell Stories
No. 3092: Descriptions of Arts and Crafts
No. 3091: Soil Spectroscopy in Africa
No. 3090: Friedrich Richard Petri
No. 3089: Steve Sasson and the Digital Camera
No. 3088: David Henderson Houston and the Roll Film Camera
No. 3087: Marie Curie and Her Children
No. 3086: Elise the Cow and Elmer the Bull
No. 3085: Einstein's Bigger Deal
No. 3084: Leo Baekeland and Bakelite
No. 3083: Gail Borden and Condensed Milk
No. 3082: Charles Havelock and Hydraulic Air Compression
No. 3081: Gelatin and Jell-o
No. 3080: The First Marathon
No. 3079: Rodolphe Lindt and Chocolate Conching
No. 3078: Restoring the Parthenon
No. 3077: The Battle of Navarino
No. 3076: Optimization
No. 3075: Thucydides, Democracy, and Hope
No. 3074: John and Charles Deere
No. 3073: Continuity
No. 3072: William Gosset
No. 3071: The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics
No. 3070: Leon Theremin
No. 3069: Edward Saylor Repairman
No. 3068: Birch Trees
No. 3067: Multiples of Nine
No. 3066: Unconcious Creativity
No. 3065: Victor and Eva Saxl
No. 3064: Crowdsourced Problem Solving
No. 3063: Chrysler's K Cars
No. 3062: Rise and Fall of Rubber City
No. 3061: Electric Bicycles
No. 3060: Radical Behaviorism
No. 3059: Vera Rubin
No. 3058: Bounding Billies
No. 3057: Ivan Pavlov
No. 3056: The Truth About Ingenuity
No. 3055: The Boeing 7x7
No. 3054: Electioneering in Ancient Rome
No. 3053: Music and the Brain
No. 3052: Frankencense and Myrrh
No. 3051: The Art of Rhetoric
No. 3050: Space Travel