The release that was supposed to inaugurate the beta also created a bunch of bugs for both single- and multi-player modes, including dupe bugs, which he was trying to fix.
The patch that followed the beta release was supposed to fix those bugs, and didn't. Minecraft remains almost unplayable for me in single- or multi-player mode; my friends can't even connect to the server anymore.
I understand that "beta" is just a milestone, but this is really inauspicious.
On the other hand, most people I know who have this camera don't seem to use it; they just use their rearview mirrors or just look back normally.
I really don't think that making them mandatory will help all that much; it'll just raise car prices and many people will probably ignore them in favor of looking around like they always have (or haven't). And aren't we trying to get people to STOP looking at screens while driving?
children will probably grow different too: shorter, more muscular, maybe stronger bones
Or they could be born premature due to gravity exerting enough force when a pregnant woman stands up to "pull" them out. Or perhaps they wouldn't be born at all. Or perhaps they would be born and many would die due to an inability to breathe properly. Or they could never progress past the crawling stage. Or or or or.