This week we have a selection of Sir David Attenborough’s insects, BMW i4, Tesla’s Bitcoin investment, Alice in Borderland and an unusual Kickstarter project which we are not sure what to make of (without links), all handpicked by Leon Alexis.
Sir David Attenborough’s Insects
It was fascinating to watch this video. When Sir David Attenborough shows how intricate is the animal kingdom, it is always a pleasant experience. For example, the colours aren’t just colours but a survival mechanism, a disguise or even more complex.
Tesla Invested in Bitcoin
I am very interested in blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Tesla invested $1.5bn in Bitcoin. They are also looking to accept crypto as a form of payment in the future. There are many misconceptions and doubts about cryptocurrencies, but the world is going in its direction. I believe one-day crypto will be the ‘norm’.
I am very much interested in cars. Electric or hybrid cars are definitely the future; we will dump petrol/diesel cars over time. Years ago, these cars were super weird and futuristic, but nowadays, they are more like regular cars.
Alice in Borderland
I haven’t seen it yet, but the trailer is very appealing. There was an old Japanese movie, Battle Royale. It seems like the concept of this Netflix series is very similar.
Dream World – We’ll do everything, as well!
Well, I think it raises a question as to whether more can be done to prove the authenticity of what the creators are claiming they can do. Anything that people in the comments are asking for they are saying they can do. It’s impossible for such a big project to be completed with such a small team/budget and limited game development experience. Has it been looked at properly? There are still people pledging to the project despite plenty of people in the comments giving valid reasons why this could easily be a scam.
(We won’t include a link for this article as we don’t want to drive more traffic to that project, but you can find it on Kickstarter if you want to see it for yourself. – SH Team)
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