Robert Stirling and his hot air engine [music boxes, nonelectric fan, jet plane, jet engine, turbojet] Mrs. Marcet, alias Mrs. Mencken tells us why TV couldn't replace newspapers [literature, books, technological change, Gresham's Law] The Prisoners' Dilemma -- and our own moral dilemma [philosophy, psychology, ethics] In which we rebuild the Ise Shrine for the 60th time [Japan, Japanese, Shinto, architecture, religion] Of mentors and servants: Will books survive the electronic communications media?
Taylor] Will digital clocks win out over clocks with hands and faces? Lewis gives us an object lesson in medieval history [Tolkien, religion, philosophy, literature, teaching] Socrates, and the technologies of democracy, in the Agora [Greece, Athens, random selection, Acropolis, Parthenon, philosophy, Rockefeller] In which power and gold shape California [Sutter, Lienhard, Marshall, water wheel, Pelton wheel, metallurgy, Watt, Boulton, Boswell] Paper and CD-ROM encyclopedias shoot it out.
Who wins? But physics remembers. Bill draws a whole generation back into the mainstream of American life [education, government spending, military, handicaps] The Library of Congress: how just over volumes shaped America in [books, printing, librarianship, cataloging, Jefferson, Madison, government] Watching microwave transmission towers forming a new metaphor for the communications age [electricity, antennas, AM radio, FM radio, television] John Forbes Nash Jr. Powell seeks racial equity in the skies [Black, transportation, race, flying, airplanes, flight, war, military, Tuskegee Airmen, Coleman] The remarkable tale of Bessie Coleman, first Black woman to fly [Black women, flight, flying airplanes, race, Texas] Was there once a first language?
Washington and its safe old cog railway [meteorology, sport, mountain climbing, weather, risk] The invention of eyeglasses ca. Thoughts on creativity and timelessness [water clocks, Jesuit missionaries, China, psychology] Discovering Neptune: whom, if anyone, should we credit?
Army, U. Navy, arctic] Matthew Boulton makes Sheffield silver plate -- and steam engines [Watt, metalurgy, manufacturing, art] Redating paleolithic technologies backward in time [archaeology, paleontology, cloth, fabric, weaving, ceramics, clay, anthropology, toolmaking] In which Don Quixote says, "Facts are the enemy of truth. Augustine, theology] A surprising answer to the question, "How much risk is really acceptable to us?
Francis of Assisi, Renaissance, cyberspace] In which Adam's navel poses the question of pre-creation history [evolution, fossils, art, Darwin, Ompholos, Gosse, geology, hippopotamus, anthropology] How would Thorstein Veblen do in the information age? Peter's] How we name the chemical elements. I don't think so. Have a nice day. It's been going on for a long time. Edmund Fitzgerald; "Only a lake!
Some surprising facts [airplane, speed, production, invention] Another way of looking at the 14th century Plague [yersinias pestis, Black Death, famine, medieval, economics, wages, human life, The Hundred Years War, The Peasants Revolt, aerial photography] The Erie Canal [transportation, Great Lakes, Buffalo, Hudson, Niagara, Jefferson, Gallatin, Clinton] The Rocket Boys , a moving story of adolescence and engineering [von Braun, rocketry, Sputnik, space program, West Virginia, coal mining] Technology in Alexandria, ca.
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Polomar, Mt. Willard Gibbs pictures gear teeth [Amistad, Yale, visualization, geometry, mechanics, science] Georg Cantor, the man who counted beyond infinity [mathematics, set theory, infinity] Ship of gold in the Deep Blue Sea: an impossible treasure recovery [gold rush, SS Central America, shipwrecks, oceanography, Rocket Boys, submersibles, engineering] What is gold worth today?
Parker, slave, freedom-fighter, inventor, and businessman [Uncle Tom's Cabin, Civil War, slavery, abolitionists, Rankin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, iron, agriculture, Black] A prediction of technology in the year [futurism, future, transportation, medicine, energy, predictions, chaos, butterfly effect] On saying goodbye to lighthouses and cabooses [obselete, obsolescence, Smeaton, Eddystone Light, Pharos, metaphor, symbolism] The other great fire of Peshtigo, Wisconsin [disasters, Chicago Fire, Mrs.
Paul's Cathedral, Willis, medical dissection, instrument makers, science, medicine, prodigies, brain surgery, antiseptic, intravenous] Lord Kelvin's miscalculation of the age of the earth [Bible, science, heat transfer, Fourier, Darwin, Heaviside, geology, religion] Alkahest , the universal solvent [chemistry, solution, reaction, reagent, nitric acid, dissolve, Boyle, Paracelsus, van Helmont, alchemy, alchemists, glycerol, sal alkali, alkahest, patent, intellectual property priority, Du Pont] GE, light bulbs, and the product-driven innovation cycle [General Electric, invention, design, manufacturing, Langmuir, electric light bulb, heat transfer, cooling, argon, deposition] In which the author of Oz contemplates electricity [L.
Frank Baum, electrical, Edison, Tesla, Wonderful Wizard of Oz, future] High-pressure steam engines and transportation [railroads, Watt, Cugnot, Trevithick, steam engines, power, external condenser, condensation, vacuum] Donatello: Of his age or for all time? Eliot, change] The last days of Pompeii, rather like our own lives [Rome, Roman, Heculaneum, volcano, vulcanism, volcanic ash, lava, archaeology, urban architecture, restoration] Thoughts on airplanes, annular jets, and the inventive Zeitgeist [Zeitgeist, annular jets, fluid mechanics, invention, airplanes, Jacob Brodbeck, Gustave Whitehead, John Montgomery, Maxim, Ader, Richard Pearse, patent office] The Literary Digest tells us about science in [science, Dostoyevsky, William Randolph Hearst, Henry James, racism, Black, Negro, religion, Booker T.
And where did they go? Open Golf Tournament] In which goats learn to spin spider webs [biotechnology, bioengineering, genetic engineering, Nubian goats, spider webs, DNA gene replacement, kevlar, strength of materials] The Rev. Dionysius Lardner: keeping up with a world in flux [handbooks, steam power, hydrostatics, pneumatics, railroads, trevithick, technological change, Mary Shelley, locomotives, coal, conservation, water power] Edgar Allen Poe's amazing cosmology [Edgar Allen Poe, cosmology, physics, gothic literature, poems, poetry, philosophy, Romantic poets, Laplace, relativity theory, black holes, theology, eschatology, Einstein] The two Silk Roads: One by land, the other by sea [shipping, world trade, marine transport, Egypt, Orient, Silk Road, Rome, Romans] A new way to activate your pleasure center: Cooperate!
Louis Bridge, shipping, railroads, construction, yellow fever, cholera, de Lesseps, Vollmar] On being unreasonable: a repudiation of common sense [Gilbert and Sullivan, Pinnafore, Joel Cohen, negotiation, flag flapping, common sense, abstraction, superheated liquid, heat tranfer from an insulated cylinder] Good engineering: Romance and Reality in the High Middle Ages [medieval music, Gregorian chant, Kenneth Clark, Civisilation, High Middle Ages, Machaud, vielle, Adam do le Halle, musicology] Radio Days -- a tribute to early radio [H.
Wells, Orson Wells, public radio, radio tubes, Hindenburg, communication, media] Flora Haines Loughead, social change and airplanes [women, airplanes, aeroplanes, flight, St. Washington cog railway, thermodynamics, treadmill, penology, punishment, industrial energy consumption] What did the ancients eat? Kennedy, Republican, Feminist, women, birth control, suffrage] Thoughts on blowing hot and cold [blowing hot and cold, thermodynamics, gas dynamics, folklore, consistency, Wright Brothers, Bible, adiabatic depressurization] Summer, Bohr, Planck, Einstein, Brooke, and Duchamps [Duchamps, bohr, Einstein, Planck's quantum mechanics, modern painting, impressionists, Nude Descending a Staircase, Rupert Brooke, Grantchester, summer of , art, physics, cubism, artists, reality] Mind Reading: An exclusively human ability [psychology, a theory of the mind, mind reading, human attributes, self-awareness] Miriam Leslie: like Gloria Steinem, Clare Boothe Luce, and Elizabeth Taylor all rolled into one [feminists, women's suffrage, Frank Leslie, Miriam F.
O'Neill, and the world below the surface [Mike O'Neill, building foundations, civil engineering, pilings, piers, soil mechanics] Inventing zero [India, zero, myriad, Archimedes, arithmetic, mathematics, signed numbers, indeterminate forms, Arabic mathematics, Brahmagupta, William of Malmsbury, Crusades, Silk Road] Cognac grapes growing from Texas rootstocks [Thomas V. Bangs, technological change, Captain Midnight decoder, historiography] Learning to see: What is it like to add a new sense?
Wyeth] Distances in space: the meaning of inconceivable [distances, measurement, parsec, space flight, jet-year, A. We are, at least, a collection of cells. Henry, pun-off] Pondering the significance of a new gadget [Jeff Hawkins, Handspring, Palm Pilot, Treo , cell phones, Dick Tracy, electronic communications, digital cameras, Internet, technological adaptation] Popular Mechanics and Jimmy Doolittle's first airplane [James H. Cecilia] The most beautiful book. Gann: pioneer and portrayer of American flight [Ernest K.
Pierre Gassendi happened! Yeats, Stephen Crane A. Copper Age Man found frozen in glacier. South Africa repeals apartheid laws. World Trade Center bombing. Yitzhak Rabin Assassinated.
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Hong Kong returned to China. JFK Jr. Area 51's existence confirmed. North American Free Trade Agreement. Jack Kevorkian and euthanasia. Mayor Marion Barry busted for drug possession. First black female astronaut, Dr. Mae C Jemison. South African black population gets to vote.
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First non-stop world trip in balloon. Panama Canal handed back to Panama. Susan B. Anthony dollar coin. Disney's Animal Kingdom. Clarence Thomas and Anita Hill. The Viper Room. The Dow closes at 10, for the first time. Buddy and Socks the Clinton dogs. Jesse Ventura as Governor of Minnesota. I ate his liver with some fava beans, and a nice Chianti.
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