Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Exhibition: Lost Egypt

The Shorthorn (Lee Escobedo)

With video.

In 3,000 years, when our current civilization is dead and deep underwater, android robots will teleport excavation teams to our submerged Atlantis to uncover artifacts that give insight into our culture.

Sadly, because of the rise in social networks and dependency on digital media, they will probably unearth cell phones filled with drunken sexts and awkward nude pictures.

For now, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s newest exhibit, “Lost Egypt, Ancient Secrets, Modern Science,” shows until Jan. 3 and hopes to make its attendees a little more aware of Egyptian history.

The 6,000 square-foot exhibit travels the country boasting 15 interactive features, 67 artifacts and eight large photos of Egyptian excavation environments.

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