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Boston. Museum of Science

Nefer • 4 minutes read • August 22nd, 2016
The

Museum of Science

is large and very interesting. It is also, probably, difficult to get the children to leave. Here you can find spaceships, giant flies, thunder with lightning, and many other things. One of the most interesting sections is "Mathematics for Fun", where a train moves on the Möbius strip, balls roll in the funnel for a long period of time and do not fall into the hole, other balls fall in accordance with the Gaussian distribution, everything is clear and interesting. You can also take a picture of your shadow and look in the mirror with no reflection. I general, there are a lot of interactive activities, I was delighted.
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Visitors can look through this viewing hole and see a pattern of multi-colored geometric figures. In fact, they are all fastened on threads separately and are not glued together.
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In this room, you can watch simulated sessions of thunder and lightning.
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When you push the button with the inscription "blood circulatory system", the blood circulatory system becomes illuminated, when you push "female breasts" - they become illuminated.
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You can take this human body apart in order to understand the structure if the human body. The most difficult part is putting everything back.
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There is a whole room devoted to pregnancy and childbirth. You can see how the fetus develops during 9 months.
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This section is connected with smells and sounds. For example, you have to identify the smell without seeing what is inside the container. There were several different containers that held coffee, leather, candy, chocolate, and more. It turned out to be not so easy.
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Author: Nefer
Source: neferjournal.livejournal.com
Translated by: Olesya Zhukova

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