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  • Is the concept of Tomorrow land too yesterday ?

    These days technology advances so swiftly and tends to become smaller rather than grander.

    Maybe the time it takes to develop an attraction on a large scale makes it conceptually obsolete by the time it can be realized.

    Until they develop the transporter ride, of course.

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    Re: Is the concept of Tomorrow land too yesterday ?

    in a word: no

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      Re: Is the concept of Tomorrow land too yesterday ?

      Originally posted by JeffYardDog View Post
      These days technology advances so swiftly and tends to become smaller rather than grander.

      Maybe the time it takes to develop an attraction on a large scale makes it conceptually obsolete by the time it can be realized.

      Until they develop the transporter ride, of course.
      Uh, no...

      You are still going to have "fronter" exploration pushing the limits of the human experiance. Smaller or Bigger - Via land, sea, or air... Atomic or Cosmic...

      What has limited us is our ability to imagine it with a sense of positivism... If you look at the attractions of the Eisner years, the future involves "Conflict" and "War" but not actual "Science" - This is why people have been disappointed in what Tomorrowland has become...

      What you are talking about is more Innoventions because it is a Best Buy: featuring technology of today... You are correct, this attraction will always chase a tale... Which is why it should be replaced... It doesn't matter if it doesn't exactly fit the theme so long as it employs a sense positivism toward the future (even if it seems a bit naive)...
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