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What does it mean when you dream about a roller coaster?

A roller coaster may indicate that the dreamer is experiencing frequent ups and downs, perhaps caused by erratic behavior on the part of the dreamer or an associate.

Roller Coaster

(dreams)
Dreaming about a roller coaster ride seems to symbolize the emotional ups and downs that a person is experiencing. Although this ride can be fun, it can also seem out-ofcontrol and even be a frightening experience. As a dream symbols it suggests that the dreamer may need to achieve greater emotional balance. The sever changes in mood and temperament are draining and unproductive and may be highlighted by the roller coaster dream. If the dream is feeling emotionally flat and apathetic, then this dreamer may be a form of compensation.
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The theme park's operator, Merlin Attractions, was fined PS5m for a catastrophic failureof health and safety rules over an incident on its Smiler rollercoaster in 2015 when two carriages collided.
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Two months earlier, eight people had to be rescued from the Tornado rollercoaster at M&D's theme park in Motherwell, near Glasgow when it stopped working 20ft above the ground.
According to the M&D's website, the Tsunami rollercoaster can go at speeds of up to 40mph through corkscrew turns and loops.
It is an inverted rollercoaster which means the riders hang in gondolas below the rails rather than sit above them.
A mangled carriage from the Tsunami rollercoaster at M&D theme park in Motherwell after it derailed yesterday
The Tornado rollercoaster reportedly stopped with members of the public still in the carriages.
It's surprising, especially considering that last year there were nearly as many rollercoaster passengers as global airline passengers: an estimated 1 billion people threw their hands up, screaming aloud, to enjoy that big first drop on the track.
We use FE models of the rollercoaster structure for strength and fatigue, and model the launching and braking systems.
The attraction, named Flying Aces, will have a 51 degree starting incline and also the world's tallest rollercoaster loop (52m).
You're also able to destroy buildings by smashing into them with your rollercoaster, and earn additional points by creating amusement park carnage.