What I Learned At The Field Museum in Chicago

1. You can’t see Africa from space.

2. The Bamum wear huge necklaces.

3. Poop fascinates both children and adults.

4. Windows sucks in Chicago too.

“Floppy diskette seek failure”

Seriously?? Floppy diskette? Sounds like computer dating gone bad.

Have you ever learned anything at a museum? Care to share?

0 thoughts on “What I Learned At The Field Museum in Chicago”

  1. That the “nobel” gasses can form stable compounds with other elements (they had a bottle of neon tetraflouide). Now, if I can just fit this into story . . .

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