posted January 21, 2020
Shadows seem perfect for scientific study. After all, they can be created on demand, are predictable and easy to observe all around us. On the other hand, as specimens, they can be slippery. While shadows have clear shape and form, they disappear when you put them under a microscope. They alter with the slightest change in background lighting. On top of all this, they cannot be touched, tasted, smelled or heard. It’s like, from a scientific perspective, they’re almost invisible.
But they do exist? Our Science Guy, Chris, will aim to pull them out of the shadows so-to-speak and explain them as best he can.
Come explore the shadowy world of …shadows …this Sunday at Beringia Centre.
Regular admission applies or free with family membership.