This has always been really eerie, and somewhat creepy. But, in the "Dream of Prophesy" section, is it worth noting the absence of the Twin Towers in the Future Tense version of Manhattan? Of course, we handle it in the best possible taste. I'm personally torn on doing this. -- GregX 22:24, 17 May 2011 (PDT)
- I know I don't know New York City and Manhattan Island as much as others (and you've lived there, right Greg?) but did the episode really make it obvious that they were missing? I know that there wasn't any particular focus like, say, with they pointed out Lady Liberty, but (with vague memory serving me), I felt all the focus was put on the Eyrie Pyramid (and the original building was on the opposite side of the island from the WTC, right?), and any glimpse at that area of the city was likely just background, right?. Again, not sure.
- I was just looking at his ramble from Future Tense (and I can only imagine the difficulty to jot down notes on a ton of factoids from nearly a decade ago in a less-than-half-hour sitting) and he didn't mention the Twin Towers like he did the Statue of Liberty -- and that was rambled in February 2005, so it did have more than a fair chance of getting noted in that post).
- Getting back to the point, I don't think I'd be opposed to pointing out the coincidence, but if we do it should probably be attached with a sampling of GregW's thoughts on handling the subject with respect if he ever did have a chance to tell a story about that day (the stories would have to continue past 1997 all the way into 2001 but his point's still there). Just my two cents.
- Oh, and here's the relevant Greg answers I've found so far in a quick search:  . . . I hope at least that helps -- Pheon 00:35, 18 May 2011 (PDT)
- If we're going to do that, it should be on it's own page, or as part of the World Trade Center page. Not here. -- GregX 19:02, 18 May 2011 (PDT)