>>Well, the inside of a snowflake isn't exactly strange and confusing anymore<<
Really? You travel into one all the time these days?
merlin has a very good point, IMO.
Honestly? I wish I had been able to see Adventure Thru Innerspace when I was a kid...it might have made me more enthusiastic about science and learning about it.
That's what a lot of attractions are missing nowadays...some food for thought added in. Instead they're all based on movies, and not much is actually being taught to the audience.
Not that I want to be preached to, mind you...but in reality, much of Disneyland's themed areas require some knowledge expanded upon. Tomorrowland requires futuristic smarts with technology, or maybe the resources we currently have but haven't delved into enough yet. (Not that I'm saying we can find a cure for cancer through a snowflake, but just the broad idea that we have so much more to learn and explore, you know?).
It's like when people say that the subs aren't futuristic because they're more accessible to the public. Well sure they are...but I wouldn't say they're accessible to most (Disneyland has been my only chance, and while a mall mimiced Disneyland, you have to remember that they copied them, yes?)-especially in terms of money; like I wouldn't say that most individuals can fully study a snowflake (and I can definitely say that no one can shrink, for that matter).
In the end, it comes down to exploration...a very exhilarating thing that quite of Disneyland is definitely based upon-the main difference is that the scenery changes. It's the individual and special experience that makes for a main exciting factor, not just the physical thrills with how fast your vehicle is moving or what have you.
I don't want Star Tours to be replaced (just updated)...but perhaps something similar to Adventure Thru Innerspace could be placed sometime in the near future in Tomorrowland...
Here's a crazy idea. For the new PeopleMover (whenever that happens), a section could be like the old attraction (but seriously updated, of course).
Wow, mj takes something the wrong way, what a surprise.
What I meant, if they were going to bring back this once original ride (see what I did there) they better have something more up to date, which why wouldn't they. There would be no snowflake anymore - it'd probably be something else.