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    Re: Where's the 2nd best place for D-land?

    Catalina
    Already in the ocean.
    Close to original location, cheaper to move.
    It fits DCA's theme.
    I'll bet Roy O. Disney would love to be able to moor the Pyewacket at the Mickey and Friends
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    Re: Where's the 2nd best place for D-land?

    Orlando

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    Re: Where's the 2nd best place for D-land?

    Quote Originally Posted by RPH
    Orlando
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    Re: Where's the 2nd best place for D-land?

    San Diego.

    Oh wait. California fell into the ocean.


    In that case, Bentonville Arkansas.

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    Re: Where's the 2nd best place for D-land?

    linesville Penn.!!!

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    Re: Where's the 2nd best place for D-land?

    As Bill Hicks once said, if the Big One happened then the whole thing fell off into the ocean...you'd have cool relaxing Arizona Bay.

    Then you'd have DABA - Disney's Arizona Bay Adventure.
    I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out. - Bill Hicks


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    Re: Where's the 2nd best place for D-land?

    Quote Originally Posted by Loomis
    As Bill Hicks once said, if the Big One happened then the whole thing fell off into the ocean...you'd have cool relaxing Arizona Bay.

    Then you'd have DABA - Disney's Arizona Bay Adventure.
    LOL. That would mean I might have beach front property! Imagine Disneyland being minutes away instead of hours. I would be soooo happy.

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    Re: Where's the 2nd best place for D-land?

    Many scientists estimate that there is enough tension built up along some locked California faults, that when they do finally slip, the earthquake will be extremely powerful. The Hayward Fault particularly concerns these scientists because it runs under heavily populated areas in and around Los Angeles. (You know little out of the way places like Anaheim.)



    The notion that part of California will break off was likely inspired by the San Andreas fault. After all, since the fault goes right through California, one part of the state is on the Pacific plate and one is on the North American plate. If those plates are moving in different directions, it make sense that the two pieces of California will move in different directions too.


    And this is indeed the case. But, even in a massive shift along the fault, the plates travel an incredibly short distance -- a matter of feet in the most extreme shifts. The tension cannot build up to the point that one entire mass of land will shift many miles in relation to another one, so you will not see any sizable piece of land breaking away from another. Instead, the pieces of land will move away from each other very slowly, taking millions of years to make large scale changes. One end of California may slowly drift so that it is eventually under water, but this can hardly be construed as "sinking into the ocean."




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    Re: Where's the 2nd best place for D-land?

    Quote Originally Posted by BigThunder
    Central Arizona. Not too hot, not too cold and right next door to my house

    Heck Yeah! All that land between Tucson in Phoenix is going to waste as of now... I'd put it there!
    Either just south of the Gila River, or just south or Picacho Peak - right off I-10!

    The Golden Horseshoe and pretty much all of frontierland would be right at home!

    As the old country song goes: "...ocean front property in Arizona..."

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    Re: Where's the 2nd best place for D-land?

    Quote Originally Posted by belleariel412
    ugh las vegas gets soo humid though...
    Uh?? Humidity is at record lows here. In fact, it was only 6% this afternoon.

    What about DCA? Shouldn't they move it to prove to future generations that California did indeed exist? It will finally be the educational tourist draw that Eisner dreamed of!

    Anyway, I'd find a nice place in Colorado.

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    Re: Where's the 2nd best place for D-land?

    Quote Originally Posted by MSEPLightningBug
    Heck Yeah! All that land between Tucson in Phoenix is going to waste as of now... I'd put it there!
    Problem with that is that easily two-thirds of the open land in AZ is either Federal land, or belongs to sovereign indian nations.

    Nevada is even worse, probably 70-80% of the state belongs to the government or is otherwise set aside. Remember, that's why they tested nuclear bombs there....!!!
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