From a burning building or a disastrous date to a raging bull or a quicksand pool, the worst can happen at any time.
And the traveling exhibit “The Worst-Case Scenario: An Ultimate Survival Experience” is helping people become better prepared for the worst, with a tongue-in-cheek training regiment, real-world examples and a three-part credo.
“Everyone is going to face some sort of bad situation, whether it be a meeting that’s not going well, or you’re in a plane that doesn’t have a pilot and you need to land it, something’s going to happen. Those different situations actually have a very similar sort of method to prepare yourself,” said Geoffrey Curley, the exhibit’s designer.
The action-packed exhibition is open through Sept. 6 at Science Museum Oklahoma, where visitors of all ages can learn the three keys to coping with any catastrophe: Be prepared. Don’t panic. Have a plan.
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