Why Norcal is Better Than Socal
Based on complete facts and absolutely no bias
For reference, this is a map of California
Some people consider the middle part of California Norcal and some consider it Socal. For simplicity and because
not a lot of stuff happens there anyways you can consider it any part of California that you want.
Anyways, here are just a few reasons why Norcal is better than Socal:
- A more diverse climate.
- Within Northern California you can experience a wide range of climates and environments including, but not
limited to sunny beaches, snowy mountains and moderate city weather. The diverse weather that Northern California has
allows for many different activities such as skiing, relaxing at a park and surfing. While Southern California has
similar opportunities, they pale in comparison to Northern California's number of options.
- Silicon Valley is based in Norcal. Northern California has become the hub for many technological giants such
as Facebook, Google and Apple. Although, admittedly, Socal has become more and more advanced in the recent years, it
is safe to say that when most people talk about California technology, they will be referring to Norcal's Silicon Valley.
- I mean it's such a great word with so many uses this alone rockets Norcal ahead of Socal.
- Norcal possesses a ton of beautiful places to connect with nature such as Lake Tahoe, Yosemite, and our very
own UC Santa Cruz. Where can you find that in Socal? The traffic in LA?
- C'mon Norcal literally runs California.
Alright I know that this list is not extensive and there are so many other reasons why Norcal is better than Socal
but if you want to check out a scholarly article on this topic, click here for a Buzzfeed article.
And if you have any disagreements or counterarguments, I won't read them but you can send them here: email@example.com