Saturday, April 14, 2007

“The Scoop on Poop” in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“The Scoop on Poop” tells the story of what poop is and how animals and humans use it. The exhibition goes to great lengths to treat the subject of feces with a tactful blend of science and fun. Visitors generally wind up gasping and giggling their way to the conclusion that poop has value in real life and in science.
“The Scoop on Poop” also explains the many practical uses of feces in modern and ancient civilizations — as waterproofing in the plaster of Maasai tribesmen; as fertilizer for crops; and as fuel for cooking, heating, and power plants, among other things.

1 comment:

  1. it's very important to educate your children about all kinds of shit in this world - we take these matters very seriously in Philly along with downing a greasy cheese steak "samwitch" , soft pretzel and a Rolling Rock Beer.

    thanks --- CL