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We struggle with it every day of our lives and more and more now than ever in the past." "It's our mortality we're concerned with, and time travel gives us a way to invent, at least temporarily, a kind of immortality," James Gleick said. Recently, a YouTube creator called Lucas Builds The Future uploaded a video where he shared his journey of building a virtual reality time machine. This guy named Lucas Rizzotto wore video recording glasses for a whole year and built a personal virtual time machine! And then, using the power of virtual reality, we'll create a time machine simulation that lets me go back to any day I want to see through younger eyes again." Lucas decided to start by working on the control panel Then it was time to finally work on the footage, but Lucas wasn't psychologically ready to deal with that yet. "In this part of the video, we're gonna use our imagination and spice up our memories with some time travel effects," Lucas says in his video.
Britney Spears' recent social media posts have once again sparked discussion among her fans on the singer's mental health. Fans have started the hashtag #FreeBritney, a trend that first came into existence in 2019 after Spears was checked into mental health facility after she refused to take prescribed drugs that her doctor had given her and for driving to an In-N-Out with her boyfriend. Several of her followers have again started conversing about Britney's conservatorship, under which her assets and life is controlled and monitored by her father and her lawyer. The hashtags #SaveBritney and #FreeBritney have once again started trending on social media with many fans believing that Britney was sending them secret messages to rescue her and get her out of her conservatorship. In Britney's case, her estate, financial assets, visitors and career negotiations are being overlooked by her father, Jamie Spears and an attorney.
Fashion industry watchdog, Diet Prada, took to their Instagram and shared about the whole episode and pointed out why it was important for Britney Spears to break free. Recently, the page urged all their followers to support the #FreeBritney campaign which aims at 'freeing' the pop singer from her conservatorship. In their latest social media post, the page highlighted the heart-warming plight of Britney Spears and hinted how the middle-aged men 'are ruining a thriving, successful woman's life.' Also Read: Britney Spears' Fans Trend #FreeBritney Post Kanye West's Presidential Bid; Read Reason Britney Spears gave a hint of her 'controlled life' The page added how the singer hints to all of her fans how she is 'too controlled and is treated as a product' through some of her hit tracks like Lucky, Overprotected, My Prerogative, Circus, Piece Of Me and Gimme More. Also Read: Britney Spears' Latest Single 'Mood Ring' Gets Two New Remixes; See Her Post On a concluding note, the page informed that the #FreeBritney movement needs adequate support as it is about a 38-year-old woman who is denied access to her own children, finances, and any control over her own life due to the stringent conservatorship which is entirely controlled by her father. The drama on Britney Spears' Instagram page keeps heating up and fans seem to be scribbling a script far more convoluted than a Mexican telenovela.
After Britney had a public breakdown in 2007 and was admitted to hospital in 2008, Britney's father applied for a temporary conservatorship which was later made permanent. In her case, Britney's financial assets, her estate and career negotiations are being managed between her father, Jamie Spears, and an attorney. According to court documents, Britney's father, Jamie Spears, has the power to negotiate business on her behalf. Fans have argued the conservatorship controls and manipulates Britney, but a three-month investigation by The Los Angeles Times found no evidence to suggest she had been harmed by the arrangement. It helps Britney make business decisions and manage her life in ways she can't do on her own right now." Britney has never publicly spoken about her conservatorship or the #FreeBritney movement.