Shocking. The internet overreacted to something a year before it opened and it ended up not being a big deal after all? So out of character.Based on what I’ve heard from those who have been on the Skyliner, the air circulation is really good and cool. No one’s gonna die.
I’m on the assumption that even if the motor that turns the cable breaks down, there will be a clutch that they can engage and freewheel the cabins back to the station.Everything's the end of the world, until the time comes and we forgot it was the end of the world and move on to the next thing.
Based on what I’ve heard from those who have been on the Skyliner, the air circulation is really good and cool. No one’s gonna die.
It was 91 yesterday, with like 39% humidity, anyone comparing that to typical July weather clueless.Well its actually been rather cool and breezy this past week. So it's hard to properly compare to July/August temperatures with no breeze and 100 degree weather.
I don't see how anyone could argue it will be "comfortable" in those type of conditions.
No point in arguing about it though, I won't be visiting the park during those times anyway.