This week we take a look at inventions that occurred either way earlier, or way later than we all might expect. From crossword puzzles to plywood, we find out the who's and whens of some of history's biggest innovations. In the news: Roseburg's historic ammonium nitrate explosion, the new Burnside Bridge, desalinization using solar energy, and Slurpee assaults. High-five!
#172 - Ada Lovelace: Computing in the 1800s
#171 - Escher is my favortie MC
#169 - It's Gold, Jerry!
# 168 - A Delightful Surprise
#167 - All the News That's Fit to Be Left in Open Tabs On My Browser For the Past Few Weeks
#166 - Bass Reeves and the History of the Black American Cowboy
#165 - This Show is Garbage
#164 - Cannabalistic Humanoid Underwater Construction
#163 - Oh the humanity! The Story of the Hindenburg
#162 - Holograms
#161 - MKULTRA, the CIA, and Mind Control
#160 - Never Forget
#159: War of Wikipedia 4!
#158 - Random Programming
#157 - Behind the Smile: The Mona Lisa Story
#156 - MaxiMini Show
#155 - When Beta Tried To Be Alpha
#154 - Unpacking the Coronavirus
#153 - Good Vibrations
The Joe Rogan Experience
My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
My Brother, My Brother And Me
2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer