|THE NINE-O-NINE, ARCATA, JUNE 2012|
Whether the airport is gone then or not, the fog that develops there will still be forming, and the basic geography will be mostly the same. Add a thousand years to our timeline, and by then the geography will (by odds) have experienced at least one major earthquake. Depending on which nearby faults shift and when, the cross runway will have been split, the altitude of the airport will have changed, and a tsunami will have affected the local area with affects similar to that of the one that devastated Japan last year.
If we add a million years to our timeline we may see that the North Pacific Current would have shifted. If and when that happens the local geography will have radically changed because of the movement along the San Andreas Fault. The climate at what is now ACV will likely be different. I wonder if there would be life as we know it. Would there still be aircraft, and would there be anyone or any record of the events of WWII.