The Longitude Problem - Curious Minds Podcast

The Longitude Problem (Maritime History) | Curious Minds

How a single navigation error cost the Royal Navy Four battleships and 1,505 men – and led John Harrison,  humble carpenter to solve one of the most difficult & important engineering challenges in maritime history: The Longitude Problem.

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Thunderstorm By thinkbolt
Ship Bell 2 By Copyright Free Soundeffects
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Heavy Rain By Meejah Sound FX and Assets
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Oud Music By Arab Instruments

4 thoughts on “The Longitude Problem (Maritime History) | Curious Minds

  1. Hi Ran, I am Frank tuning in from Belgium. During the commutes to work I so much enjoy listening to the CMPod podcasts. The mixture between technology, science, history and a bit of drama makes them really fantastic podcasts and frankly I forget all about my long commute.
    I must admit I am happy Kelly is back on the show. Listening is … easier that way. The ‘dialogue’ between you guys stays a nice mix though. And hey, it is of course all about the content, and as the writer that’s all credit to you.
    Please keep it up, I am looking forward to every new episode!!!
    F

    1. Thanks, Frank! Great to hear we’re helping you pass the time on your way to work… 🙂 Kelly is amazing, and I’m working hard on getting to her level 😉 Ran

      1. Hi Ran, one can hear you are working on it. I noticed during the episode on Indo-European language part 1 (again a great episode by the way!). But don’t work to hard it: your way of speaking/accent makes you really special!! Don’t try to loose that 😉
        And thank you for the short message at the end of the last show. I was sitting in my car on the way back from work and I can assure you I had the biggest smile ever when I got home 🙂 :-). Of course I made my wife and two kids (15 & 16) listen to it right away!!
        All the best,
        Frank

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