4 edition of Futureprobe found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 163-164.
|Statement||Arthur Cotterell and Nigel Collins ; designed and illustrated by Tim Epps.|
|Contributions||Collins, Nigel, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||CB161 .C65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||75315016|
Horizons, like all attractions, went through several concept revisions before the attraction premiered in October, It was originally called Century 3 (or Century III) and then Futureprobe during the planning stages. The ride’s main themes were developed by the two former CEOs of General Electric, Reginald Jones, and Jack Welch his
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The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Mythology: An A-Z Guide to the Myths and Legends of the Ancient World (WDWFacts YouTube) The Horizons Pavilion, presented by General Electric (), was located in Epcot’s Future World.
Established on October 1,as part of Epcot’s 1 st Year Anniversary Celebration, the omnimover dark ride focused on families of the future. The ride was designed as a sequel to the Carousel of Progress, located in Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland, with the featured Continued in "From Horizons to Space Mountain".
George recalls getting started with one of the biggest challenges Futureprobe book his Imagineering career: Walt Disney World's Space Mountain. Roger Broggie Sr. headed up the engineering Futureprobe book of WED and played an important part in the development of Space Horizons went through several names prior to its opening.
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Imagineers and GE executives soon realized that the attraction, as well as EPCOT itself, was not just for Americans, so the name was temporarily changed to "FutureProbe.". In a time of rapid and massive change, formal planning is often an exercise in futility, warn Edie Weiner and Arnold Brown in their new book, FutureThink: How to Think Clearly in a Time of Change.
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I LOVE bubbles! Don't forget, you can follow us on Twitter @fairestrunofall. Futureprobe explains why William T. Riker sucks. I'm not saying I agree % but it's an interesting read if you're a fan of TNG.
Also the title is a reference to Dr. Seuss!