Best known as the author of the science fiction novel "Dune" Rich authoritative voice Often played arrogant, menacing villains Uses a lot of Dutch Angle Peeing on the floor Trivia Discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun, aka "King Tut". Great-grandfather of 'George Herbert '. Grandfather of 'George Herbert '. Father of 'George Herbert '.
A device that has come, gone, and may come again [Cervantes, Quixote, power, propeller, Watt] 30 Colonial America, Humanitarian and Engineer [Stanford, mining, geology] Music-making: Germany's answer to Leonardo [printing, perspective, geometry, engraving, art, Renaissance] Herbert and Lou Hoover meet Georgius Agricola [Stanford, mining, geology, metallurgy, Renaissance, women] Technological half-truths and technical literacy [heat, thermodynamics] Benjamin Franklin's experiments in heat transfer [thermodynamics, light, science, radiation] Max Jakob: A great engineering educator.
The man who didn't invent the flush toilet [valve] Lewis Latimer, a Black pioneer of electric lighting [Edison, Maxim, Bell] Lowell, Massachusetts: Hinkler, Australian almost-hero of aviation [flight, transportation, Australia] On being shaped by a new computer — or by any new technology [machine, computer, technology] Nikola Tesla — another sort of creative mind [Yugoslavia, Edison, Westinghouse, electricity, Rayleigh] Some year old Chinese bells harbor a secret [music, anthropology, acoustics] On wanting to build my own crystal set [radio, communication, Marconi] Two wealthy men: Andrew Carnegie and John D.
Rockefeller [iron, steel, oil, business, money, industry] Reflections on growing up in the media [radio, communication, war] On the Invention of the electric chair [death, Tesla, Edison, Faust, electricity] Figuring out the value of Pi [mathematics, Bible] The Industrial Revolution comes to America [Evans, Crystal Palace, millwright, industry] Black and White in pre-revolutionary Virginia [Jefferson, religion] Robert Hooke, Isaac Newton, and a change in science [Bacon, Pope, Royal Society] Count von Zeppelin learns about flying in St.
Paul, Minnesota [balloons, dirigible, Hindenburg, flight, transportation] Justus Liebig and the first research laboratory [Gay-Lussac, dye, chemistry, Edison, benzene, aniline] Fourier, Egypt, and modern applied mathematics [science, heat transfer, Napoleon, France] In which I learn that technology is communication [design] We build a dirigible to get to the gold rush [America, Giffard, balloon, transportation, flight, Porter] The two Eiffel towers [Statue of Liberty, France, construction, Iron] The secret dome of St.
Diving into the shipwreck of the RMS Rhone [steamships, packets] Mercer's mad museum of just-abandoned technology [archaeology, anthropology, tools] The railroads and standard time [clocks, timekeeping] Ice, diamonds, and the heat pipe [Trefethen, invention, heat transfer, condensation] The Luddites and thoughts about technological change.
Mathematics, Masonry, and the trumpet squinch [Architecture, construction, design, geometry] The Gallerie des Machines and the Paris Exhibition [France, Crystal Palace, Adams, Carnot, construction, iron] The marriage of art with medical dissection [medicine, Aristotle, da Vinci, Dickens, Twain] On the purpose pursued by airplane inventors [war, Wright] The Battle of Lepanto and the last of galleys [Cervantes, ships, war, galleasses] In which Robert Fulton tries to build a submarine [Turtle, Napoleon, steam, Bushnell] Lisa Meitner, the reluctant mother of the atomic bomb [science, chemistry, physics, radiation, women, war] Mothers of invention: Lawrence] Lucretius and modern atomic theory, years too soon [science, Rome, physics, poem, poetry, Aristotle] Erasmus Darwin, poet laureate of the Industrial Revolution [poem, poetry, literature] William Harvey, the doctor who unraveled blood flow [heart, medicine, anatomy, Padua] On life, death, and riding roller coasters [Thompson, Astroworld, gravity, Texas Cyclone] The brief bright day of the Clipper Ship [transportation, steam, sailing] Henry David Thoreau:Gave out 27 tops altogether, yesterday at Artistry Cafe and today at Intermission Bar - at The Projector.
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