Snackable News for Jan 20
Here are today’s main news ingredients:
Our crunchy appetizer for today is primed with hot updates on Leonardo DiCaprio expressing his resentment over climate change and plastic replacing fishes by 2050.
Our main course is curried with some important news on how humans will destroy earth before Dooms day.
Lastly, our fruity dessert is a flavorful treat bearing information on Sony’s Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector.
Enjoy our flavored goodies!
- Leonardo DiCaprio Expresses Resentment Over Climate Change: While the energy industry has been looking to consume more oil, Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio expressed his resentment over the energy sector’s greed. Honored with a crystal award for his work on environmentalism, the veteran actor demanded more action on climate change insisting that fossil fuels must be left untouched in the ground where they belong. DiCaprio emphasized that the devastation caused by climate change will not only lead to distasteful effects for the generations to come, but also destroy the current living race. Alas! Only if the entire world thought as him.
- Plastic to Replace Fishes in their Habitat: With the way plastic is been consumed, experts suggest that by 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the world’s oceans. They estimate that by 2050, the amount of plastics produced globally will increase three times to 1,124 million tons. While plastic comes handy for several things, the dreaded man-made item is recycled and reused very rarely. Experts suggest that the world governments should offer delicious incentives to its population to recycle plastic and avoid it leaking into nature.
- Humans to Destroy Earth before Dooms Day: While humans are outshining with new technologies, we fail to evoke that advancement is a step closer to destruction. Top cosmologist Stephen Hawking stated that scientific development as nuclear war; catastrophic global warming, genetically engineered viruses and new technologies are a major threat to human-kind. With the number increasing in the future, chances for destruction are greater. While this is a mere prediction, it’s time we develop things that will benefit the human race rather than perish it.
- Sony Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector: Sony’s introduced a Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector, a tiny projector that can beam an image onto a wall or any other surface from a very short distance. The smart looking device comes with an optional stand and features an HDMI input and a wireless hub to access it. The delightful battery-operated device works with Bluetooth Low energy and will be made available only in Japan currently. Sony’s glass sound speaker also appears to be a scrumptious treat. Encased in a glass tube with lighting at the base and around the rim, we bet this will be the sleekest speaker ever made!