At least, that’s according to the United States Geological Survey, which back in 1963 treated the Matterhorn in Disneyland as an actual mountain in a map of Anaheim, CA.
Okay, so maybe even geologists can have a bit of fun. After all, in Anaheim the Matterhorn is a pretty big thing in the skyline. But I like to think of it as something that is absolutely not a mountain that has become, in our cultural consciousness, a real mountain. The boundary between fantasy and reality is a funny thing, and one I’ll be taking a look at in future posts.
Read the whole story over at io9.