Why is the sky blue? Is there such a thing as luck? What is a black hole? Why do people eat their snot? Where is the ‘cloud’?
We all have so many questions! And one question quickly leads to another. Even the greatest scientific discoveries began with curiosity and the asking of a question. But how do scientists find the answers? Do they ever have doubts? How can they know for sure? Science does not necessarily lead directly to a result. Science can also add to the doubt and raise new questions rather than answering them; that’s how science works.
Discover this for yourself at Discovery Museum, an exhibition that encourages future scientists and the curious global citizens of tomorrow to learn by discovering and exploring. It’s a must-visit, that’s for sure!