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Youth Talk.

This month is Ben Stiller's birthday and that reminds us of the ever famous Night at the Museum movie (and sequels).

It not only entertained us infinitely but also lay open a bank of historical information that a 'sciency' person like me would have found too vast to explore through another medium.

I think that movies like these could really augment the information that people our age must have about the world's journey so far, taking us through tales of important people.

You know, I really wish that all museums could have come to life at night and we could have interacted with famous people about current issues.

I can't help but think that my research project would have been phenomenal had I found Nikola Tesla at a nearby museum, my work experience impeccable had I assisted Einstein and, my evenings, a lot more interesting if I was sipping coffee with Gandhi or Mandela, discussing peace.

History exists to be re-lived, and there is no better way to do that than to find the magical Egyptian tablet!

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