New ride proposed for WDW 😉

https://twitter.com/itsnotdweena/status/1139204212762578945

It’s not really coming to WDW. And it’s not even real, though it’s based on a real ride in Korea.

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OH, HELL NO!!!

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Surely this one is OK for you?

https://twitter.com/emugwangi/status/1148633938304352259

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Needs to be enclosed so nobody can see what it does before they ride the first time. And randomized like ToT drops

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I need my medication just to watch that :rofl::rofl::rofl: I’m not an adrenalin junkie

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Is this one a made-up one as well, I hope?

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That was my first thought as well!

Waiting 9 seconds…

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It made me laugh out loud for some time.

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Wait, Gyro drop isn’t real?

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Now this one can’t be real.

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It is and it isn’t. The one in the video is based on the real one.

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Both of these are laughably impossible. But that didn’t stop me from feeling dizzy just IMAGINING what they would be like.

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I do have question-marks about potential violations of the laws of physics in the first one. But it’s a decent fake.

The second one is just hilarious.

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Only question I had was rate/acceleration of the ascent and whether the passengers would drop how they did. Was there anything else I missed? The rest seemed possible, with the possible exception of the mechanism to extend the tower.

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I’m worried about conservation of angular momentum.

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The real ride is way way more boring though. It’s a pretty basic drop ride, except it rotates as it ascends (no extension, no dropping down or swinging).

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Yeah, me too. Uh huh. That’s it…

:confused:

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I’ve always wanted to experience 100 Gs! But this might be closer to 1000 Gs…

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Is that one like the one that replaced The Great Movie Ride, like Mickey’s Run Away Train. What a failure! I will pass. :hot_face: