Shanghai Science & Technology Museum
I have got another 3 more posts of my recent China trip to go before I should go for my next vacation. I have heard that Shanghai has one of the best Science Museums in the world which ranked 3rd for the highest admissions. My wife has been following me to see ancient and historical stuffs everywhere, so I brought her to see her place of interest since she lectures physics.
The Science Museum in Shanghai is very huge in size with modern landscaping and futuristic designed complexes.
The entrance itself looks pretty impressive with the huge magnificent glass dome!
Shanghai is fast catching up with the first world countries in their futuristic interior and architectural buildings everywhere. There are many floors of interesting exhibits of different topics but I will only post a few that you need to know.
They also have this giant life sized Dinosaur fossils found in China.
I enjoyed the Robotic Section the most as they have so many types of robots being invented today.
This Robot could dance non stop and flew upwards when done!
All the children chose their songs and the Robot sat down to start playing the piano precisely like a human while the child sang. I think this Robot has got a Grade 8 level.
This one was a sad section of the environmental issues of our mother nature. All the pollutions could cause serious growths on the beings. Here are actual specimens of deformed cow, sheep and chicken! The stuffed cow had 2 heads and 3 legs while the sheep had 3 legs& the chicken had 3. Gross!
That shows we must live and linger around safe environment all the time.
They showed many samples of many exotic birds that no longer live in Shanghai. Their air pollutions and affected habitats sent them to migrate elsewhere!
They proudly displayed and explained all the replica rockets and space crafts that were successfully launched.
I must say that I was MOST IMPRESSED to see this real shreds of human arteries & blood vessels of the leg with my own eyes. It gave me better insight on applying the pure oils I am using now to revive our body's cells.
Looking at this arteries and vessels on the human hand, I have better idea on the torn ligaments I have on my fingers as a result from motor collisions.
I was wondering whose hand fossils was it?
They unearthed many chunks of rare and common crystals that took million years to form. There are actually devices that could test its amazing energy inside. That was why I had to advice Yvonne and Yannie to use them to their fullest advantage!
I was impressed by this China made futuristic Hybrid car that is eco-friendly and will hopefully hit the streets soon.
If you have time, please allocate a minimum half to full day to visit this museum in Shanghai.