Ross Perot and his wife have an amazing museum in Dallas, Texas. Their collection of science‐related exhibits opened December 1, 2012. There were still a few bugs that needed to be worked out, but it’s still totally worth your time to visit, if you live anywhere close.
Ross and his wife Lula May kindly posed for my camera. (They were very still — this was a portrait of them holding a portrait of themselves in younger days). This picture was part of an exhibit showing the effects of aging.
Two things I learned that I will remember for several years are:
1. My nose is cold. I knew that already, but the live infrared video camera showed how my nose was colder than the rest of our entire party (seven people). Now I know why I need to carry kleenex all the time!
2. Birds’ eggs are permeable. They allow oxygen to enter and carbon dioxide to exit.
If you live in a big city, you have several options. Visit one of the museums available for your viewing pleasure. Most good museums offer interesting things for people of all ages. You might be surprised what you will learn.
Finally, here’s one of the not‐finished aspects of the Perot Museum: