How Not to Get Lost at Sea

Friday September 17th, 8pm

Ever since human beings first sailed out of sight of land, they’ve worried about how they’d find their way back. And that fear has driven thousands of years of innovation in navigation, way finding, and mapping. History of science junkie Chris Spurgeon explains how the moons of Jupiter, puppy dog tails, Albert Einstein, and the Protestant reformation all shaped the ways we navigate the oceans.