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Re: Scientific sites in L.A.

I always liked the UCLA campus,too.

On Wed, 4 Aug 2004, Shapiro, Mark wrote:

Other sites you might consider are Caltech in Pasadena, and nearby JPL
(probably requires some advance arrangements), also the Museum of
Science and Industry near USC, La Brea Tar Pits, the Huntington Museum
and Gardens in San Marino (great view of the Raymond Fault just in front
of the Museum), etc.

Dr. Mark H. Shapiro
Professor of Physics, Emeritus
California State University, Fullerton
Phone: 714 278-3884
FAX: 714 278-5810
travel and family pictures:

-----Original Message-----
From: Forum for Physics Educators [] On
Behalf Of cliff parker
Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2004 11:21 AM
Subject: Scientific sites in L.A.

I am planning a trip to Los Angeles next week and would like to visit=
as many places of scientific interest as I can fit in. For example =
I am planning to visit Mt. Wilson and Edwards Air Force Base. Any ad=
ditional suggestions for important museums, laboratories, etc in sout=
hern California would be much appreciated.

Cliff Parker

Never express yourself more clearly than you can think. =20
Niels Bohr

"Trust me. I have a lot of experience at this."
General Custer's unremembered message to his men,
just before leading them into the Little Big Horn Valley