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7 instances of science fiction becoming science fact There are a number of taglines we’ve been using to try to explain our new Discover Steampunk exhibit to confused portions of the public. The exhibit’s official subtitle is “A Fantastical Hands-On Adventure.” We’ve also been using “19th-century Visions of the Future.”
A new verdict in Idaho’s most famous murder trial This past Friday, at the first running of our new Museum After Dark series, History Solved!, your friends and neighbors learned an incredible, star-studded story from Idaho history. They came (dressed to the nines), made deals, found clues, presented evidence, and
Paleontologist fight! Intense rivalries between scientists have produced some remarkable findings throughout history. Tesla vs. Edison, Newton vs. Hooke. In terms of bitter, petty warfare, though, no one can hold a candle to two paleontologists with great names who duked it out in the late 1800s: Othniel Charles Marsh and
Jan 26, 2018 – Apr 22, 18 Explore science, art, and innovation themes as you learn to control 14 life-size, interactive, recycled-metal dinosaur sculptures with lever-and-pulley systems and remote controls.
Know your eras, or how to sound smart when you talk about dinosaurs People whip out long words when talking about dinosaurs, and if you’re like most of us, the words fly right overhead scaring everyone, like a pterodactyl. So we here at MOI have done a bit of research