Dark Side of the Moon.
I don’t know much about Dubai, but I’m fairly sure I like what’s going on there. I’d heard it was arid, but it doesn’t look too bad at all. That doesn’t really work written down. However, considering the place was little more than a barren, nigh-on uninhabitable desert about 50 years ago, it now provides potentially one of the best examples of humanity’s mastery over the natural world. And yes, I’m quite aware that’s a slightly rose-tinted, redacted version of how it has become such. But you’ve got to break a few eggs if you want to make a paradise for influencers littered with 7-star hotels, indoor rollercoasters and overpriced Saltbae restaurants. The latest addition to that line-up: a 735-foot high $5 billion moon-shaped destination resort. Why? Because they can. And because why the hell not?Read Original Story