Deep in the dark wilds of unlikely Culver City, CA, hides the Museum of Jurassic Technology, wherein fantasy and half-learned history commingle to reveal that either we know nothing or we can know nothing.
What does MOJT stand for?
MOJT stands for Museum of Jurassic Technology
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- Malaysian Online Journal of Instructional Technology
- Multiple Overlapping K-Space Junctions for Investigating Translating Objects
- Miscarriages of Justice Organisation (UK)
- Mother Jones (magazine)
- Movie Journal (website)
- Municipal Order and Justice Office
- Museum of Justice and Oddities
- Mystic Order of the Jazz Obsessed (Mobile, AL)
- Missouri Job Opportunities in Education (job fair)
- Managed On-The-Job-Training
- Miscarriages of Justice United Kingdom
- Movement for Oneness and Jihad in West Africa
- M-ary Orthogonal Keying
- Machine Owner Key (Linux)
- Magyar Orvosi Kamara (Hungarian medical organization)
- Medjunarodnog Olimpijskog Komiteta (Serbian: International Olympic Committee)
- Mestna Obcina Koper (Slovenian: Municipality of Koper City; Koper, Slovenia)
- Miejski Osrodek Kultury (Polish: Municipal Cultural Center)
- Mobile Office Kit (cellular telephony)
- Mull of Kintyre (region; UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Museum of Jurassic Technology in Los Angeles is a walk-in version.
This modest but fascinating selection of letters on loan from the Museum of Jurassic Technology, the maverick Los Angeles Wunderkammer that David Wilson has stocked with a wild assortment of collections and artifacts where fact and imagination overlap, presents a period snapshot of the idiosyncratic, often plainly irrational but always fiercely propounded ideas that swirl in the wake of widely disseminated "official" scientific findings.
Rinder likes National Geographical, pseudo-anthropological, -museological exhibity stuff, but instead of getting a master--David Wilson of the Museum of Jurassic Technology, for example--we're stuck with the ersatz: John Leanos and Salon de Fleurus.
Ralph Rugoff once wrote of the Museum of Jurassic Technology in Los Angeles, "If a museum can disrupt our sense of distance from the objects it displays, it might not serve to isolate the past so much as to link it to our current experience.