The video of the Amazon Mothership releasing dozens of drones for supposedly peaceful purposes had social media shaking in their boots. Many were convinced that this was just a glimpse of how the retail giant will take over the world. Alas, the clip is fake. Created by a video production artist in Japan, but it is based on something Amazon has patented.
The Amazon blimp is theoretically supposed to act as an “aerial fulfillment center” that sends out drones for package delivery. The idea, according to Amazon’s patent, is to deliver goods to large groups of people who are in a relatively small area, like at a sports stadium or music festival.
That's what they want you to think, but I'm going to start binge watching "Doomsday Preppers."