Range Tracking

Camouflage of Science

Sights seen and imagined during a visit to the Orlando Science Center to view the creepily fantastic Mummies of the World – photography not allowed – exhibit. Quote of the day from a little boy viewing the dead, “I don’t want to be a mummy. I don’t want people looking at me.”
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Fighter plane alongside 408 near the Orlando Executive Airport.
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The Orlando Science Center (OSC) loomed large in our imaginations as we approached the city.
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Rich confections of science lure Susan into the OSC.
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A Mali Uromastyx (Uromastyx malienis) lounges under a heat lamp while dreaming of its desert home.
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Commerce is the Rosetta Stone of modern America.
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The Visible Woman had unlikely romantic feelings for the Tyrannosaurus rex.
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The Tyrannosaurus rex loved eating her for dinner.
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Pondering Mankind’s evolution – luckily there is a gift shop at the end.
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Paleontological digging has uncovered the link between dinosaurs and modern birds.
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Chaos at the end.

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