The measure of a one-in-a-million death, the problem with Australian tablespoons, counting prayers, and why an ounce of gold weighs more than an ounce of feathers.
Prehistoric surgery, prehistoric mathematics, the first undisputed dog, and a preserved prehistoric brain.
The shortest war in history, medieval rocket launchers, art in the trenches of World War I, and the US Navy’s love of acronyms.
The plan to move an entire country, the yacht club in the middle of Australia, the Samoan independence movement, and the kidnapping of half the population of Rapa Nui.
The hardest problem in computer science, computer chip graffiti, and why programmers sometimes need to give the queen a duck.
The hot dog stand at the centre of the Pentagon, a Japanese garden ziggurat, a town under Australia, and the building that housed 1% of a country.