Let’s Do Science!

Metropolis!  That gleaming city on a hill!  If there’s anything that town knows, it’s science, and anyplace you find science you’ll also find mad science.  Even within the auspices of “mad” science (a label created by the liberal media, especially the Daily Planet) there are good and bad places to practice.  In the first part of this week’s two-part LIST we present the Best Places in Metropolis to do Mad Science.

  • The 5th Dimension

  • The Metropolis Institute for Ethical Scientific Progress

  • The interior of the globe atop The Daily Planet

  • The Scienc-otorium

  • An invisible time-bubble 30 feet over Broadway

  • M.U. Pet Labs: Where the Future Is Being Made Today.

  • All ’bout Mad Science

  • The back room at Der Super-Schnitzel

  • Kryptonite Kaverns: Where “Superman” and “Scientific Rigorousness” can be mutually exclusive

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One comment on “Let’s Do Science!

  1. Dad says:

    I must disagree with your selection of The Sciencotorium as one of the Best Places in Metropolis to Do Mad Science. I was very disappointed to find out, first-hand, that this facility is woefully incomplete. The cryogenics lab, while appearing to be state-of-the-art, remains locked and guarded by what looks like a mutated standard poodle. In the multipurpose labs, the refractometers, spectrophotometers, and most of the digital scales remain unpacked. And the chemical and reagent locker is lacking, at best. They don’t even have the Bunsen burners installed yet. Additionally, the 2nd floor men’s room is out of toilet paper. I shall be interested to see how much progress they’ve made in 3 month’s time. In the meantime, I will have to continue to make do with the facilities in my Fortress of My Gran’s Garage.

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