A Day at the Museum of Natural History and the Hayden Planetarium


Outside the Museum across the street from Central Park West

My Granddaughter, Joie, 5, rides the Green Horse


In all, the day was wonderful, highlighted by the Imax theater presentation,

Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure


The Big Bang Theory and things linking Astronomy and Technology


Here we find mention of subatomic particles

as the time comes to turn on the Large Hadron Collider.


We come from the stars, souls sparks of light, the dawn of man,

The Da Vinci Archetype and the Fibonacci Codes


The following 4 images, out of the eye, were part of a film strip, follow in sequence.





Walking around the circular atrium,

you could weigh yourself on any planet, the sun or the moon.


From the Gemstone Exhibit

Grandma's present ... a Tool of Divination


Let's move to the part of the Museum featuring an exhibit about horses, famous mammals and the most famous of all, the dinosaurs. Truth is, if you've seen one, you've seen them all ... but if you're a little kid going through the 'dinosaur stage/age' and can name most types of dinosaurs because you have a photographic memory, Vanni impressed me, not to mention he was thrilled that I love Paleontology. He didn't know grandmas were into such things and was further impressed when he read more on Crystalinks, after we came home.


Reality is nothing more than a science project!


Dinosaurs, Dragons, Lizards and Snakes, are all DNA metaphors.





This dinosaur looks like he's holding the light.






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