Explore Impossible Science Experiments with Discovery Cube LA‘s Impossible Science Lab exhibit running now through March 27th.
IMPOSSIBLE SCIENCE LAB WITH DISCOVERY CUBE LA
The Impossible Science Lab at Discovery Cube LA is all about exploring the science behind the seemingly impossible. Join curator of Impossible Science, Jason Latimer, for this unbelievable event as you learn how to turn objects invisible, explore levitation and even learn how to walk on water!
The Impossible Science Lab is available daily 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. only at Discovery Cube Los Angeles.
EXPLORING IMPOSSIBLE SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS
The Invisibility Exhibit
Explore how the property of refraction can be used to magnify a droplet of water.
Learn how to seemingly bend light with water.
Battery Powered Screw
Can you make a magnet and screw spin with a battery?
Blow a Square Bubble
Yes, you can blow a square bubble. (Or, just have fun blowing LARGE bubbles!)
Turn a penny into a battery.
And our kid’s favorite, Walking on Water.
Learn about Oobleck, and how the different viscosity of liquids can allow you to walk on water.
Check out more from Jason Latimer himself and his Impossible Science Lab as he challenges us to see beyond the answers, and roll water into an object.
ABOUT DISCOVERY CUBE LA
Discovery Cube LA is located at 11800 Foothill Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 91342. To learn more about Discovery Cube LA, their location and hours, and their current events, visit http://la.discoverycube.org/.
We were invited by Discovery Cube LA to be an official Discovery Cube Mom Ambassador. Portions of the material and expenses for this event have been provided courtesy of Discovery Cube LA. All opinions are our own.