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Caltrain Stats: the dreaded morning commute

Now that I’m done volunteering at the Exploratorium, I am very much looking forward to sleeping in since I was waking up super early to arrive at work by 8:30 am. 224 more words

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I wrote a poem in honor of my last day at the Exploratorium

There once was a group of Explainers

Who might or might not have been sane(r)

Teaching science to kids

Their hair all a-frizz

Their excitement couldn’t have been plainer… 88 more words

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I almost ran over a pigeon today

I have to ride on the sidewalk for the last part of my bike ride from the Exploratorium to the train station because the bike lane disappears. 85 more words

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Week 5 Response / Interactive and Educational Art

As an engineering student, I really enjoyed Norman Tuck’s pieces. His pieces reminded me of things I would see at the Exploratorium in San Francisco; they’re very nerdy, interactive, and sometimes a little make-shifty. 424 more words

Slingshots and Trampolines are part of my daily work

The Exploratorium has a Tinkering Studio which allows visitors to play and think with their hands, more so than the rest of the museum because people can actually build their own machine.   110 more words

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If scientists were rappers

Every morning before the Exploratorium opens, the Explainers attend an hour-long informal training led by one of the scientists at the museum to teach us about a new exhibit or delve more deeply into an existing one. 151 more words

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The Art of HYBYCOZO

HYBYCOZO is the Hyperspace Bypass Construction Zone, a project by San Francisco-based artists Yelena Filipchuk and Serge Beaulieu.   It debuted at the 2014 Burning Man Festival, and has since been installed at the Exploratorium, in San Francisco, and at several music festivals and other event. 50 more words

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