Internet is wonderful, we can learn and discover many things in it … but we must approach with a critical spirit, especially when there is money involved.
As an example I want to show you Muzo, a device that has achieved more than one and a half million dollars ($ 1,500,000 USD) in two crowdfunding campaigns, one on Kickstarter and the other on Indiegogo.
The project promises a device capable of isolating environmental noise to allow us to enjoy silence.
The problem? That seems too nice to be true.
And usually when something is too nice to be true, it is usually not true.
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence … but this has not stopped thousands of people from giving their money to Muzo.
Will they surprise us with a technology never seen before?