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Science Museum of Minnesota: Playing With Time

An exhibit that offers a look at the natural world, whose rate of change is often too fast or too slow for humans to perceive. By clicking on "to see and do" at the top of the page you are
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An exhibit that offers a look at the natural world, whose rate of change is often too fast or too slow for humans to perceive. By clicking on "to see and do" at the top of the page you are able to access galleries of images and video that document these changes. Surf through time at an ever-changing beach or watch the blink of an eye, slowed down.

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