DOWNEY – Columbia Memorial Space Center has excitedly announced that they will be hosting the Impossible Science Lab for a limited-time run.
The Impossible Science Lab will be a hands-on, interactive event focused on the exploration of the science behind the seemingly impossible. The event takes place from Saturday, April 23 and will run through Sunday May 1.
This is CMSC’s first special, traveling exhibit that is open to the public in almost five years.
Impossible Science is hosted and designed by Jason Latimer, who some may recognize as one of the judges on the Syfy Channel’s magic competition TV series "Wizard Wars." Along with being a scientist, whose research is based out of the Fleet Science Center in San Diego, Latimer is also a three-time World Champion of Magic, and winner of the BBC One’s the Magicians.
Some of the exhibits attendees will experience include the science of mind control, exploring levitation, turning objects invisible, and walking on water.
“The goal of the Impossible Science Initiative is to promote education through curiosity,” said Latimer in a press release sent to The Downey Patriot. “By exploring subjects that seem impossible but showing how they can be made possible through science, visitors will have a memorable, hands-on learning experience that will blow their minds!”
For more info, visit the CMSC website at columbiaspacescience.org, or call (562) 231-1200.
The Columbia Memorial Space Center is located at 12400 Columbia Way, tucked behind Downey’s new Promenade.