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Terra Cotta Warriors myths…busted!
July 7, 2009 · 4 Comments

photo credit: Richard.Fisher As you may have noticed from the anticipation, excitement, and general hullabaloo…we recently opened an exhibition chock full of Terra Cotta Warriors. And while museum people tend to find every exhibit that comes through our doors fascinating (part of the reason we take the leap from avid exhibition attendees to employees of […]

Looking Back…
September 5, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

In case you were wondering about notable science events that happened the week following September 5… photo credit: auntjojo September 6, 3114 BC, is the supposed start date for the Mayan Long Count Calendar. The Mayan calendar ends with a cataclysm, which is actually fast approaching. On our calendar, the cataclysm is set to take place on […]

Looking Back…
June 13, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

In case you were wondering about notable science events that happened the week of June 13th… This round is on the house! On June 14th of 1789 the Reverend Elijah Craig used his distillery to age corn whiskey in charred oak barrels, successfully making Bourbon. Reverend Craig named the new liquor after his home county, […]



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