Anyone who believes the earth was created 6000 years ago would find the academy x-rated for sure. There is no way they could allow their children near. I see why they have to home school. Imagine if their child wandered into such a marvelous world of past, present, and future presented in enchanting and enticing ways. I was pleased to see my carbon footprint was low as it could go.
The planetarium show was about our Fragile Earth and was also inspiring. The show was up-dated by voice as new discoveries continue daily. The big subject is the exoplanet. Can we discover life on another planet than ours? We are checking out other "Goldilock's" planets, the ones that are just right. Whenever the headlines and news bring me down, I visit a museum or a place like this and am lifted back up into the transformative world in which we live.
We went to Union Square to meet Steve's sister who is here for a meeting and then walked down to the ferry building and managed without a reservation to enjoy an incredible lunch at The Slanted Door. We walked and sat and walked and sat, and walked back up to Union Square and enjoyed a great dinner, which was more food than we needed, and thus, a slooowww start to this day, and it was fun to be away.