The celestial body that exploded above us in 2014 did indeed come from another star system, the unfortunate misadventure of this former owner of Tesla Model X, the director of Lord of the Rings enters the very closed circle of billionaires, here is the recap!
We have confirmation of the interstellar origin of the fireball that entered our atmosphere in 2014. After bringing it back, a Tesla customer still has to pay for his old Model X. Peter Jackson, l man behind the camera Lord of the Rings, became a billionaire. On to the recap.
A historic fireball
It was in 2014 that a fireball burst into our atmosphere. However, the data from this celestial object has been classified by the US government. But the researchers were pretty sure it couldn’t have originated in our solar system. Thanks to the declassification of the file, we now have confirmation that it was an interstellar object.
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Tesla: a Model X paid for nothing for two years
Thanks to the “no questions asked” policy, it is possible to return a Tesla seven days after purchase. Disappointed by the performance of the vehicle, a Californian had brought back his Tesla Model X. But instead of reimbursing him, Tesla told him later that he could recover the car, repaired. Except that the customer simply wanted to recover his bet. He then skipped a monthly payment, but the bank imposed penalties on him, the reimbursement not having been validated. To this day, he continues to pay for a vehicle he does not own…
Read > Tesla: two years later, he continues to pay for a $116,000 Model X that he does not own
The Lord of the Rings: Peter Jackson, new billionaire
In the annual Forbes ranking, we find a newcomer in the person of Peter Jackson. The director of Lord of the Rings now has a fortune of $1.5 billion. It is in particular the sale of part of his Weta Digital studio that allowed him to pocket a colossal fortune.
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