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Live a Month At the Museum of Science and Industry

samzenpus posted more than 4 years ago | from the be-careful-of-the-monkey dept.

Education 70

theodp writes "Even usually snarky Gawker loves the idea of living in a science museum for a month. Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry is 'looking for someone to take on a once-in-a-lifetime assignment: spend a Month at the Museum, to live and breathe science 24/7 for 30 days. From October 20 to November 18, 2010, this person's mission will be to experience all the fun and education that fits in this historic 14-acre building, living here full-time and reporting your findings to the outside world.' Oh, and if you're The Chosen One, you'll also walk away with $10,000, a package of tech gadgets, and an honorary lifetime membership to MSI. Visit the Month at the Museum site for details and to apply — the deadline is August 11th."*

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frist psot (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32950164)

science and industry are pants

Interesting... (1)

TrisexualPuppy (976893) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950320)

I wonder whether they got the original idea from this movie [imdb.com] . I don't think that it's all that far-fetched.

Mod parent up (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32950396)

This is indeed interesting. Any insiders want to comment?

Re:Mod parent up (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32950518)

Yeah, it's true. A bunch of meddling kids run a museum. It was that stupid mutt's idea.

Re:Interesting... (1)

poetmatt (793785) | more than 4 years ago | (#32951460)

dunno, but I'd think you can tackle the entire museum in about a week. It's a big building, but it's not that big. So I have no idea what people would do for the rest of the month.

Re:Interesting... (5, Funny)

Lumpy (12016) | more than 4 years ago | (#32951680)

MSI Diary......

Day 1 - today went ok, Got bored by 11:00pm spent the night in the Submarine pretending to shoot boats on the lake... .... ....
Day 10 - Tired of people looking at me, Museum officials told me that I cant flip everyone off.. I am sick of the coffee at the cafeteria... Tonight I'm going to see if I can get the solar challenge car out of it's exibit and try to run laps around the damned train. .... ....

Day 20 - Police arrived for the 15th time tonight... They are getting angry when I set off the alarm and ask the dispatch lady that calls for them to bring me doughnuts or pizza. I was yelled at for putting celebrity names on all the fetuses, I guess some little girl lost it when she saw "Hanna Montana's aborted baby Sally", stuck on the 14 week old.

Day 30 - Been hiding in the ductwork for 5 days now... they cant find me but I can hear them looking......

Re:Interesting... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32956122)

Day 31 - Well, I quietly snuck out the air conditioning vents on the roof late last night. Before I left I set up a few Annoy-A-Trons [thinkgeek.com] , Eviltrons [thinkgeek.com] , and TV Poltergeists [thinkgeek.com] here and there in the facility to convince them I or my ghostly spirit might still be around. Hopefully it will be a while before they find the fully-functional nuclear reactor I built in the basement, or the wireless camera feeds I installed in the washrooms. A great learning experience overall. Will recommend!

Re:Interesting... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32965350)

LMAO!!! that is hilarious! :-D

ah memories... (4, Funny)

Midnight's Shadow (1517137) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950192)

Sounds like my phd program only without the chain to the desk and with more money.

You had a desk? (1)

SmallFurryCreature (593017) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950346)

Luxury, when I was young, we had a hole in the ground and we were glad off it.

desk? (1)

SharpFang (651121) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950442)

I thought the hole was for sinking money.

You had a hole? (1)

easterberry (1826250) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950782)

A hole in the ground?! Back in my day we'd have killed for a hole in the ground. We had to do our PHD programs at the bottom of a lake WITHOUT air tanks, and we paid for the privilege. And we were damn grateful for the opportunity.

Re:You had a desk? (1)

Darinbob (1142669) | more than 4 years ago | (#32954220)

When I was young, we didn't have all this history. We were lucky to have the Museum of Last Week!

It's Made Out Of People !! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32950224)

It's the year 2022... People are still the same. They'll do anything to get what they need. And they need SOYLENT GREEN.

The blog... (3, Funny)

AnonymousClown (1788472) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950246)

spend a Month at the Museum, to live and breathe science 24/7 for 30 days. From October 20 to November 18, 2010, this person's mission will be to experience all the fun and education that fits in this historic 14-acre building, living here full-time and reporting your findings to the outside world.'

Touched a dinosaur: man! those things are delicate!

The U-Boat was awesome!

Farm equipment was pretty good. Drove the tractor around a little bit before it ran out of gas.

At the baby chick hatchery. They're so cute! Awe shit! I left the door open! brb...

Went to Jim Hensen's Fantastic World [msichicago.org] and had a threesome with Kermit and Miss Piggy.

Re:The blog... (1)

LanMan04 (790429) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950422)

Don't forget the coal mine! :)

Re:The blog... (2, Funny)

sharkey (16670) | more than 4 years ago | (#32951298)

Yeah, I heard Miss Piggy likes it in the "coal mine".

rerun? (2, Funny)

eshbums (1557147) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950252)

Didn't Pauly Shore do this in BioDome?

What will they eat? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32950266)

Not sure ANYONE could live off of their cafeteria food for a whole month.

Re:What will they eat? (1)

jellomizer (103300) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950390)

That is why they have the Live Animal Exhibits.

Obvious party possiblities (1)

vlm (69642) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950290)

How many party goers can you invite over? I think that would be a pretty cool place to hang out. Or, my friends and family would have to pay $20 for a museum ticket to hang out with me.

I'm assuming you have to sleep aboard the u-boat, which probably gets a bit toasty in the warm summer. Alternately you can re-enact scenes from "creation science" and sleep hiding from the dinosaurs.

The lack of shower facilities would probably not bother most slashdotters, but it would bother the museums other patrons. Then again, this is Chicago, they'd probably just think you're homeless.

Finally a month of eating the cafeteria food would probably resemble the "supersize me" movie.

I would probably prefer the Field Museum and/or the shedd aquarium. At least at the aquarium I could catch my own dinner.

Re:Obvious party possiblities (1)

e9th (652576) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950746)

Re:Obvious party possiblities (1)

gstoddart (321705) | more than 4 years ago | (#32953030)

Absolutely no visitors overnight or when the Museum is closed to the public.

And yet, we have this [msichicago.org] , which says:

We're looking for someone to take on a once-in-a-lifetime assignment: spend a Month at the Museum, to live and breathe science 24/7 for 30 days. From October 20 to November 18, 2010, this person's mission will be to experience all the fun and education that fits in this historic 14-acre building, living here full-time and reporting your findings to the outside world.

So, there will be at least one visitor there overnight.

Re:Obvious party possiblities (1)

nametaken (610866) | more than 4 years ago | (#32953262)

I doubt they'd have you sleep in the bunks on the uboat... but temperature isn't really an issue. The entire sub is inside a giant enclosure now and it doesn't get to be 100 degrees when it's hot out.

The coolest part of this is that they say you'll have access to the normally off-limits stores of stuff, and presumably they'll have people live in the Green (like, ecologically neutral) house there. It's pretty pimp.

http://chicagoist.com/2008/05/07/green_can_be_go.php [chicagoist.com]

Not what it used to be (4, Interesting)

wandazulu (265281) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950306)

Don't get me wrong, I'd love to do this, but since we've been taking our kids to the museum (their favorite as well as mine), I've noticed that a lot of the exhibits I loved have been replaced by dumbed-down equivalents. Take the original computer exhibit that used to be there; yes it was sponsored by IBM (who provided all the equipment), but that exhibit taught the actual nitty-gritty about how computers work; I can still remember "getting" how binary worked standing there and to a 10 year old geek-wannabe, that was awesome. Now they've got a half-hearted "net" exhibit that is more on "wow" than the specifics of how it works. Did they feel that really trying to explain things would turn people off?

I'm also disappointed that they removed so many of the planes; I *loved* walking in and seeing that F-104 right above my head, now there's just empty space. Why? The whole place was stuffed with ... stuff ... to look at and be excited by, and somewhere along the way they decided to rip so much of it out; they turned many an exhibit area into offices or "swing" spaces that are just empty.

On the plus side, they ripped out the ancient model train layout and replaced it with a sweet HO gauge one that is a lot cooler (Chicago to Seattle), and they have more than one or two trains running now..

All in all, I'd sign up and stay for a month. Wouldn't think twice. It's just that great a museum, even if, IMHO, it just isn't as great as it was.

Sigh...now get off my lawn!

Re:Not what it used to be (1)

LeftRight10000 (1859496) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950482)

I went to this museum regularly as a kid, too, and I know what you mean about comparing it then to now.

Re:Not what it used to be (4, Funny)

blackfrancis75 (911664) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950712)

I can still remember "getting" how binary worked standing there and to a 10 year old geek-wannabe,

I don't believe you could have understood binary when you were only two years old!

Re:Not what it used to be (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32951110)

I can still remember "getting" how binary worked standing there and to a 10 year old geek-wannabe,

I don't believe you could have understood binary when you were only two years old!

And he understood Gray code at age of three.

Re:Not what it used to be (1)

theY4Kman (1519023) | more than 4 years ago | (#32951238)

It was an IBM exhibit. He meant one year old.

Binary? 10 year olds? (2, Funny)

gillbates (106458) | more than 4 years ago | (#32951500)

Binary for two year olds? YES, and NO.

Do they understand YES? Probably.

Do they understand NO? Not likely, though it's possible.

Re:Not what it used to be (1)

etnoy (664495) | more than 4 years ago | (#32952004)

I can still remember "getting" how binary worked standing there and to a 10 year old geek-wannabe,

I don't believe you could have understood binary when you were only two years old!

There are 10 types of people in the world:

Those who understand binary,

those who don't,

and then there's people who don't understand zero-based indices

Re:Not what it used to be (1)

underqualified (1318035) | more than 4 years ago | (#32959890)

There are only 10 type of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who get laid.

Re:Not what it used to be (1)

samuel.hurley (1220378) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950822)

Also agree... went regularly as a kid, then not for many years. When I came back I was very disappointed by the way things were dumbed down (although having a Master's in Physics probably also had something to do with the fact that everything seemed "too simple" lol).

Re:Not what it used to be (1)

shess (31691) | more than 4 years ago | (#32953538)

Don't get me wrong, I'd love to do this, but since we've been taking our kids to the museum (their favorite as well as mine), I've noticed that a lot of the exhibits I loved have been replaced by dumbed-down equivalents. Take the original computer exhibit that used to be there; yes it was sponsored by IBM (who provided all the equipment), but that exhibit taught the actual nitty-gritty about how computers work; I can still remember "getting" how binary worked standing there and to a 10 year old geek-wannabe, that was awesome. Now they've got a half-hearted "net" exhibit that is more on "wow" than the specifics of how it works. Did they feel that really trying to explain things would turn people off?

In the SF bay area, there is the Exploratorium in San Francisco, which is kind of like they took the crazy hands-on area of every science museum I've ever seen, and put them all in one place. Just about everything is physically interactive, it's awesome. Then there is The Tech Museum in San Jose, which seems like a lot of displays and button-pushing exhibits - push the buttons in the right order and you'll get a neat printout! But I was terribly disappointed by the entire thing, because it's interactive like clicking things with a mouse is interactive.

One could always... (1)

Robotron23 (832528) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950308)

Just spend most of the time sleeping in a room of the futuristic 'green home' [msichicago.org] which is at the museum. It'd rob much of the novelty but still get you the bragging rights and one month of your life rent-free not to mention ten grand and the gadgetry and t-shirt.

For bonus points get two sandals made mostly out of carbon to emphasize your greenness by having a good carbon footprint. Also grow a beard beforehand and spend time giving tours to guests, slipping in green slogans and propaganda. Demand access to the website and change tidbits like this...

"More than just a body, you are a complex blend of your choices, your personality, and your environment. Who you are depends on how you care for yourself and enjoy your life."

To this: "More than just a body, you are a complex blend of your choices, your personality, and your environment. Environment. Who you are depends on what you eat, how you dress, and whether you drive a car. Through choosing a low-mpg, economical vehicle and spinning your own cloth plus having an allotment for vegetable and plant-matter growth whilst not private jetting around the world each week to promote your environmentalism straight-faced and with no sense of irony...you can become a true child of the planet.'

Upon the conclusion of the month you can then speak about how shockingly un-green the museum was, except for the house which was 'viable if expensive'. State that the lifetime membership means you will be the self-anointed Enviromaster of Chicago Museum of Science; this means you can consult with them for a lifetime for cash on the side. It's nice to get a bit whilst you save the planet man!

Interesting ... but one whole month? (2, Insightful)

Ihlosi (895663) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950358)

That'd be a bit boring.

The _original_, however, probably contains enough stuff to keep any geek busy for a month. And the beer is better, too:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deutsches_Museum [wikipedia.org]

Re:Interesting ... but one whole month? (1)

AHuxley (892839) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950634)

They have/did have planes, trains, rockets, computers, clothing, salt, coal mines ect.

Re:Interesting ... but one whole month? (1)

Ihlosi (895663) | more than 4 years ago | (#32956438)

I like the Museum of Science and Industry, but it's a place where I would take my kids while they're young. Too much of the stuff looks somewhat dumbed-down to make it palatable to a young audience and/or the general public. If I want to see, say, the evolution of steam engines to steam turbines, the Deutsche Museum is definitely the place to go, though it's not as kid-friendly. Unfortunately, they also had to move several exhibits (cars, trains) to different locations since they're running out of space.

Just one question... (1)

east coast (590680) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950366)

Why is this in Idle?

Re:Just one question... (1)

dimethylxanthine (946092) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950398)

Because a 30-day long trip to a museum is hardly a full-on intesive day of procrascinating in the office...

I guess (1)

Capt James McCarthy (860294) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950484)

If you are a person who is out of work, you could do this. Looking at the rules, they basically are getting you on the cheap. 10k for 720+ hours of work (there are appearances after the 30 days are up as well). That comes out to $13.89 per hour. Though the rules don't specify that you can leave daily for a regular job. It is a good promotional trick though.

Re:I guess (1)

irving47 (73147) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950670)

From the looks of it, the rules state that the person WILL perform a day job by doing meet and greets as well as running some of the science demo shows.

Re:I guess (1)

rufey (683902) | more than 4 years ago | (#32951044)

From http://www.msichicago.org/matm/the-details [msichicago.org]

Agree to very limited contact with the outside, and limited and/or prohibited personal use of cell phone, texting, e-mail, Facebook, etc., during the residence period.

Absolutely no visitors overnight or when the Museum is closed to the public.

You must be available to live in the Museum for 30 days with no outside personal or work responsibilities.

Re:I guess (1)

Arccot (1115809) | more than 4 years ago | (#32952514)

From http://www.msichicago.org/matm/the-details [msichicago.org]

Agree to very limited contact with the outside, and limited and/or prohibited personal use of cell phone, texting, e-mail, Facebook, etc., during the residence period.

Absolutely no visitors overnight or when the Museum is closed to the public.

You must be available to live in the Museum for 30 days with no outside personal or work responsibilities.

It seems like they're really missing out, there. One of the best ways to promote something like this and popularize the museum is to require regular social media postings to places like Twitter, Facebook, etc. so people can get excited about what the person is doing. What a loss.

It would also be great for things people would always want to do in the museum, but never are allowed to, due to safety, security, or just too many people...

  • Just walked through the mine exhibit with only headlamps. Forgot about the drain pool and feet are wet.
  • Tried to play against self in the brain activity game. I lost.
  • Ran myself to exhaustion and tested the giant heart rate monitor. Sounded like a dance club.
  • Fixed six of the broken exhibits I wanted to play with.
  • Tried to mess with the torpedo tubes on the sub.
  • Farmville doesn't really relate well to raising chicks. Hid the evidence in the torpedo tubes.
  • etc.

Re:I guess (1)

ottothecow (600101) | more than 4 years ago | (#32953122)

I am imagining that the goal here is that you only post to MSI-branded social networking. They would want you to limit your personal facebook and twitter usage and focus on using the blog that they expect you to maintain and other things that are tied to the MSI.

I would imagine a lot of people would follow this person on twitter or want to friend them on facebook...but you want to present an clean image of the MSI, not their drunken facebook past.

Does it come alive at night? (2, Funny)

Trip6 (1184883) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950532)

Could I be chased by an old Commodore 64?

Re:Does it come alive at night? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32950710)

I would not recommend this unless they have a wax sculpture of Ada Lovelace lying around. Not sure how cute she was though.

Re:Does it come alive at night? (1)

elrous0 (869638) | more than 4 years ago | (#32951032)

With my luck, my love interest would end up being Grace Hopper. And not the young version, either.

Re:Does it come alive at night? (1)

treeves (963993) | more than 4 years ago | (#32953020)

I saw a biography of her in the library - didn't take it out, but I perused it. A few things I read and the picture on the cover suggest that that might be interesting. Young version that is.

Poor timing (1)

jjh37997 (456473) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950548)

The experiment runs from October 20 to November 18, 2010.... who's idea was that? They could have easily increased their pool of qualified applicants by running the experiment in the summer. I know a gaggle of grad students who would have loved to sign up.

Re:Poor timing (1)

Strained Brain (965579) | more than 4 years ago | (#32951454)

They wouldn't get very many kids on school trips during the summer. While many other people visit the museum, I think that's their bread and butter during the day outside of the summer.

Sounds cool I guess (1)

kannibal_klown (531544) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950566)

Back when I was a young kid I stayed overnight at a science museum a couple of times. I think it was for Cub Scouts, and a couple of troops went.

It was cool, we got to see the exhibits and stuff after it was closed to the public and such. Though there were a lot of proctors and parents making sure that we weren't sneaking off in the middle of the night. With fewer people around and more freedom I felt more inclined to see more of the exhibits... even things that I might not think twice about if I was just there for 1-2 hours.

The coolest though, staying overnight at an old (WW2?) battleship which was retrofitted into a museum, I think it was the SS Massachusetts. At this point I was a Boy Scout. What made that first time so spectacular was the area got hit by a massive snow storm so all of the other groups canceled except us but they didn't close the ship / museum. So it was just our troop and some light staff (since they thought nobody was going to be there). We slept in the period-specific cots and got to see the various rooms.

It was interesting, and to be honest a little creepy since the whole battleship consisted of maybe a dozen scouts, a couple of troop leaders, and only a handful of staff.

Sigh (1)

thousandinone (918319) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950584)

Would love to do something like this, but my firstborn is due October 17th. Go figure...

Yuo faIl it (-1, Troll)

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Sign me up. (1)

PopeRatzo (965947) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950604)

When I was a kid growing up in Chicago's Little Italy neighborhood, my Dad would take me to one of the Chicago museums every Sunday morning after I discharged my duties as an altar boy (no dirty jokes, please). The Museum of Science and Industry was by far my favorite, and many times I wished I could live there. First of all, the cool air on a hot summer morning stimulated the mind and the massive scale of the place lifted the spirit.

But the amazing displays, from the captured German submarine to the working coal mine to the chicken incubator to the vast model train set were just a paradise for a young boy. I still have dreams that take place in the halls of the Museum of Science and Industry. The Bell Telephone exhibit gave me a mental model for the networks that were still a couple of decades off.

Then, there were these little surprises, like the giant pendulum in one of the stairwells or the "whisper gallery" that while demonstrating some acoustic principle I never did understand made my imagination bubble and gave me a unique soundscape to carry around in my brain even today.

Live in the Museum of Science and Industry? As long as I got free run of the place after closing time, no problem.

Re:Sign me up. (3, Funny)

Macrat (638047) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950700)

When I was a kid growing up in Chicago's Little Italy neighborhood, my Dad would take me to one of the Chicago museums every Sunday morning after I discharged my duties as an altar boy (no dirty jokes, please).

I'm sure your discharge was very clean.

Paging Ben Stiller... (1)

maroberts (15852) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950696)

..paging Ben Stiller.

Nah, he only lasted a night (or two now)

Prisoner (3, Funny)

RJFerret (1279530) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950716)

From the rules:

- Agree to very limited contact with the outside, and limited and/or prohibited personal use of cell phone, texting, e-mail, Facebook, etc., during the residence period.

- Reside exclusively in the Museum during the residence period. Occasionally, the candidate will leave the Museum to see science where it happens or appear at events on the Museum's behalf.

- You must be available to live in the Museum for 30 days with no outside personal or work responsibilities.

They should have called it "Prisoner at the Museum".

Re:Prisoner (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32950924)

>>The winning candidate must:
>>Pass a drug test, behavioral assessment, and background checks.

So I guess having a late night toke and masturbating furiously in front of the T-Rex exhibit is out then?

Re:Prisoner (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32951822)

So I guess having a late night toke and masturbating furiously in front of the T-Rex exhibit is out then?

Fuck that.

No, seriously, fuck that.

Any time anyone asks you what the weirdest thing you've ever done was, you could say "A T. Rex. Yes, as in, actually fucked a T. Rex."

Not sure how many points that's worth on a purity test, but it's gotta count for something. Unless the janitorial staff's been having fun in the off-hours, or there's something we don't know about paleontologists, it might never have been done before.

Re:Prisoner (1)

elrous0 (869638) | more than 4 years ago | (#32951058)

Wow, I can spend a month trapped in a place where I'm surrounded by bratty kids all day, without pay? Sign me up!

Re:Prisoner (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32951192)

trapped... yes
surrounded by bratty kids... yes (somewhat, I doubt every day during the school year is packed)
without pay... I don't think $10,000 counts as no pay. If that rate was extended to a full year, that's a $120,000 salary.

Re:Prisoner (1)

ettefrums (1857616) | more than 4 years ago | (#32951196)

$10,000 for a month of dealing with kids isn't that bad, especially if you consider what teachers get paid these days.

Qualifications (1)

ctchristmas (1821682) | more than 4 years ago | (#32950942)

Unfortunately for anyone interested, Ben Stiller's Resume [imdb.com] is just too ideal for this. ...If this article were a movie it would be night at the museum crossed with biodome.

... where to sleep? ... (1)

ninjagin (631183) | more than 4 years ago | (#32951516)

I know where I'd be sleeping -- in the U-Boat!

Did these people run Guantanamo? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32952590)

Geez! After reading the requirements list, a month at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp doesn't sound too bad.

Been there, done that, no thanks. (1)

Medievalist (16032) | more than 4 years ago | (#32953736)

Having spent years working in a museum, and more than once spending the night due to a missed train, I must respectfully decline.

I've seen enough giant mutant cockroaches to last me a lifetime, thanks anyway.

Very first line of requirements: (1)

Weedhopper (168515) | more than 4 years ago | (#32957738)

Requirements of the Month at the Museum

The winning candidate must:

        * Pass a drug test, behavioral assessment, and background checks.

Yeah, okay.

Re:Very first line of requirements: (1)

ibsteve2u (1184603) | more than 4 years ago | (#32999726)

What's the fun in being surrounded by gigantic T-Rex skeletons in a creaky old museum all alone in the middle of the night if you can't be trippin'?
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