Explore science (and watch some things blow up!) with your new favorite science teacher,
Mr. Roger Patterson.
Science experiments in the lab at the Creation Museum
Everything God created has specific properties. We can use these to distinguish fool’s gold (iron pyrite) from real gold.
WARNING: Fire! Without thousands of controlled explosions, you wouldn’t be able to drive to the grocery store to get food for your family. Let’s learn about how we control combustion reactions.
The inks we use in our everyday lives have some secrets. We will uncover them with these techniques you can use at home.
Whether you realize it or not, the gases above you are pushing down on you wherever you go. While the gases around us don’t seem very strong, we will learn just how powerful they are.
Why do we get colder in winter and warmer in summer? Join us as we learn about how God created the earth to give us seasons.
God created elements. Each element has a unique signature. Learn how we identify metals by their flaming colors.
How does a giant metal tube fly through the air?
Things collide around you all the time. Let’s learn about force!
If our wallaby committed a crime, would you be able to convict him based on fingerprint evidence?
Sucking the life out of a strawberry! DNA extraction made easy.
Every fingerprint is unique. Learn how you can look at your own amazing prints!
Learn about rockets and satellites from AiG's Dr. Danny Faulkner and Roger Patterson. We shoot off different rockets and learn more about air pressure.
Parental supervision is required.
Why does a can of soda explode if you freeze it? Roger Patterson and Dr. Jennifer Rivera examine adhesion, cohesion and density,
How do fossils get from the ground to the museum? Plaster casting fossils to extract them in a safe way.
Forensic anthropology identifies the differences between male and female skeletons.
Without a tape measure, how do astronomers measure the distance to a star?
God has put amazing proportions into sunflowers, seashells, storms and all creation.
How does your body burn the food you eat?
What is lurking in the pond?
How can you see things when they aren’t really there?
How do your arms twist, lift, and pull?
What bones can tell us about family history.
Are tiny T. rexes raiding your bird feeder?