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Science Tunnel

We'll meet at 10 for breakfast/lunch at Denny's 1507 Belvedere Rd, West Palm Beach, FL

I will meet at the Falcon ready to leave at 09:15 sharp if you want to condense cars going (carpool) also look for people going that live near you.

FLASH community of Palm Beach North is organizing a trip to THE SCIENCE TUNNEL

The internationally-renowned Science Tunnel an exhibition of the Max Planck Society makes its U.S. debut in Palm Beach County. The Science Tunnel, a sophisticated, interactive multimedia exhibition, offers visitors a fascinating trip into the realm of scientific discoveries. Spanning more than a half-mile, the special exhibition features video stations and hands-on exhibits designed to spark engagement and curiosity among even the youngest minds. Visitors can observe dancing atoms and molecules at work; discover the roots of human culture; fight a virus before it infects the body; or race through the city of Tübingen, Germany on a bicycle at the speed of light.

I have been informed that this is more advanced than basic science and would appeal to our members

We will meet at 10 am for an early lunch (location TBA) and then to the tunnel. If I get 15 definite RSVP's before FEB 13, I can apply for a group rate saving $3 otherwise admission is $15.

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  • Jeanette

    A good group, and good event for a Saturday morning. We need to do more of this type of thing.

    February 28, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    good exhibition; advanced science fairly clearly presented. On those aspects of science I am knowledgeable about, I learned some new stuff. On those I was less knowledgeable about I was a bit lost. The exhibition was most interesting to people with sufficient background knowledge. But this is Max Planck - what did you expect?

    February 28, 2009

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