You can stand still for a long time to experience nature’s unique blessings, rather than enjoying things made by other humans. Human nature is more captivated with the imaginations and natural facts of life. Yet, yesterday during Total Solar Eclipse, in a couple of tweets of Netflix US we managed to understand that, around 10% of Netflix’s viewer count dropped during the total eclipse on 21st of August. It was a fundamentally constructive human behavior when people tend to love natural aspects, rather than watch Netflix subscriptions.
Netflix on twitter, “but really, there was a 10% drop in plays during the eclipse today. Well played, Moon!”
but really, there was a 10% drop in plays during the eclipse today. Well played, Moon
— Netflix US (@netflix) August 22, 2017
Good thing that viewing this Total Solar Eclipse across the United States was not ruined by clouds in many places. The event had created a fantastic atmosphere in those places. People drove from one state to another to view this rare beautiful scenario.
The August 21st eclipse was the first of its kind for the country after the previous eclipse back in 1918. But, the next one is set to happen a little bit sooner in April 2024. But sadly, the next eclipse may fall under the regions of the Eastern United States and Mexico.