As you can see on the sign, the wind in this tube got up to 79 mph. It looked painful.
One of my friends from church was also there on the field trip, and she said her son walked into a viewing room right as a baby was born. He came out stunned, and said, "I just saw something that no 11 year old should have to see."
The picture with the puppets was a strange game show that looked really cool, but actually was fairly crude and graphic about not getting pregnant in high school or not smoking. A nearby dad (who was with a little girl) looked at me with a raised eyebrow and shook his head about the jokes the puppets were telling. It really was weird.
We also got to watch a lovely IMAX movie about monarch butterfly migration, and a man who discovered where they went by tracking them with stickers on their wings. It was actually touching and made both Ethan and me tear up a little at the end (sniff sniff) when the man was on his death bed after working his entire life trying to follow the butterflies, discovered one of his tags all the way down in Mexico, in the mountains, in the middle of nowhere, with millions of other butterflies.
So the moral of the field trip is, if we ever go to the MOSI again, we'll skip the body part (haha), and just do the tightrope bike or watch a movie, then enjoy the rest of the museum.