Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Edmonton Space and Science Centre, January 1985
The centre had a great version of the Lunar Lander game back then, as well as scales telling you how much you'd weigh on each planet in the solar system. There was also a full-scale replica of the Canadarm. But my most vivid memory is of the electricity exhibit, in which you were instructed to place your thumb on a pair of contacts and then crank a handle as hard and as long as you could. Cranking the handle gave your thumb an electric shock, and it was quite a challenge to keep your thumb down and the crank turning for more than a few seconds. As James Bond might quip, "Shocking!"
Posted by Earl J. Woods at 9:04 pm
Labels: Alberta, Bad Puns, Edmonton, James Bond, Kodak, Photography, Photoshop, science, Space Exploration
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