I live the Bay Area and went there. It was absolutely spectacular! The videos were great but I wish everyone could see it in person! The airplanes spun and for a brief few seconds at a time, some were even upside down! Some of them went dangerously close to the golden gate bridge! I went on Saturday, when the weather was super hot. But I don't know what happened in the very begining since my family was delayed at lunch. And it was kind of a bummer that I had to see over the heads of people. Luckily, they were most of the time too high to have to worry a lot about my view.
Technology is advancing so fast! Soon we'll be zipping around in flying cars ( I think they're starting it in Dubai), using virtual reality in classrooms, and probably curing cancer in the next five years (i'm crossing my fingers on the last one).
Who wouldn't want to go to a classroom like that? I wasted the entire summer after 5th grade searching for a Hogwarts invitation. I even asked my parents to take me on a trip to London to see if I could find Diagon Alley
I love Harry Potter too! The book, not the boy, so don't get any ideas. My dream school would be Hogwarts, because dreams don't have to be possible and my study habits align with Hermoine Granger's , so I would do fine.
I hope your proud of your title as a nerd, because I am, and I love the idea that one day nerds will rule the world. Like I said, my study habits are up to Ravenclaw expectations, and it would be so cool to study magic.