One thousand children and 405 exhibits, about everything from AIDS awareness to
the genetic makeup of an onion. "My father was a common tuber? (Swoon)"
Children from over a hundred schools are taking part in the district-level science
fair, which is another way to miss classes and win a couple of patents while you're
at it. The emphasis of this fair is awareness of social issues, like road safety
and pollution, and the children have used their unlimited access to the latest
technology, to the maximum.
You're allowed to stop by at each stall and ask all the dumb questions you want
(that being one of the important points of an exhibition). You will answered with
patience and the calm self-assurance of someone who not only understands Physics,
but also gets it to run errands.