The last time Torontoist set foot in the Ontario Science Centre, it was 3 a.m. and thousands of ravers were trashing the place. Glowstick juice smeared over slanted furniture in the Krazy Kitchen and candy kids gapped out to liquid nitrogen demonstrations in wide-pupiled awe.
We may have hung up our phat pants, but the Science Centre remains an authority on waves of destruction. This Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m., David Sugarman will explain the scientific implications of the Asian tsunami. Bring your questions about plate tectonics and geophysical theory, but leave the fun fur at home. (Photo taken from the BBC)