WHY DO THEY NOT UNDERSTAND US???. Irena Cieślińska Deputy Director Copernicus Science Center [email protected] 1 June 2012, 16:45 hrs , Purple Room. 1 000 000. Over 1 000 000 visitors last year. Nie jesteśmy również szkołą. Ale ułatwiamy zrozumienie zjawisk.
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WHY DO THEY NOT UNDERSTAND US???
Irena CieślińskaDeputyDirectorCopernicus Science Center
1 June 2012, 16:45 hrs, Purple Room
1 000 000
Over 1 000 000 visitors last year
Nie jesteśmy również szkołą
Ale ułatwiamy zrozumienie zjawisk
Our hearts start bleeding
They do not understandourbrilliantideas. Why?
They pass by and do not noticeexhibits
Theydon’tknowhow to start, ortheyuseourtreasuresin a wrongway
Ourexhibits do suffer
Sure! Look, I didit!
NON - GALILEO EXPERIMENT
Safetyfirst: danger of implosion
Gooddesign prevents damage to exhibitsand visitorsinjuries.
And could help people guess how to use exhibit
What’swrong with this one?
Less fun but save
How one shouldknowhow to fly? Easy. findinstruction…
…on the backside of anexhibit
SPIDER WEB: anexhibitaboutbrain - not a climbingwall
It’sabout the speed of sound (wave) and wind (mass transportation)
Not about boxing
Museum - movie
The installation by the window presents an allegoric illustration of the 'anthropic principle', a philosophical term for this notion that our universe's laws of nature and fundamental physical constants are so incredibly well suited for supporting human life. By symbolically changing the laws governing the four basic forces - gravitational, weak, strong and electromagnetic - you can affect the motion of the clock and planets placed in the centre of the construction. Can you adjust the clock so that it shows the correct time?
The best kind of sightseeing involves some exploration and the freedom to decide what not to investigate and where to linger. The more one can become involved with the sights through touching, feeling, smelling, and activity, the more rewarding it can be. It is nice to be able to linger and backtrack. It helps to be able to exchange remarks with one’s friend and even with strangers.The Exploratorium certainly does provide this kind of participative sightseeing.
Thanks for attention