Originally Posted by NewYorkSkyline117
you don't need to get scientific because that stuff does not happen as bad as you say it does. Like you said you can't see detail but you can easily see the silhouettes of the buildings, even Philadelphia and Atlantic City too on the other side. I've been on that ride 5 times & saw the skyline everytime, you can even make out the empire state building of you look quick enough. I don't think you should say that unless you've actually experienced it. It's not rare so I don't know what you're talking about..sorry for the off topic comment p.s. I even have a photo a worker took from the top so yea...
If you read my post, I never said I didn't believe you. I just don't believe there would be the clarity of the towers as the google image suggests. But you'd certainly see something on the horizon. Chicago towers are faintly visible across Lake Michigan...50 miles away. During certain atmospheric conditions visibility can increase.
It would be cool to see the photo you were able to get though.