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Apple set to destroy reality and ensnare “tech hipsters” into augmented worlds that disconnect people from reality

Just like Eve who was lured into taking a bite out of the forbidden apple in the Garden of Eden, many people today are enamored with the idea of chomping down on anything that tech giant Apple throws their way. This includes so-called “next level” technologies like the one the Apple is currently working on and soon to unveil, known as “augmented reality.” A.R. will reportedly allow users to basically live in a fake world filled with superimposed images of things that don’t actually exist.

Man Pours Hot Water Over A Store – Bought Apple. What Comes Off Will Disgust You!

health freedom alliance, 6 May 2016
Many people love eating apples, a common household staple. Those who cannot grow their own apple tree, go to the store and buy a bunch of apples thinking that they have done something good for their families.


Eight Memorable Passages From Apple's Fiery Response to the FBI

Jenna McLaughlin, 28 February 16
t’s a legal motion for the ages.
The response Apple lawyers filed Thursday to a court order that the company write software to defeat its own security protocols is exhaustive, fiery, accessible, and full of memorable passages.

Apple factory workers routinely abused, exploited by corporate greed - BBC investigation

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) China may be experiencing unprecedented economic growth, perhaps even now surpassing the U.S. as the world's No. 1 economy, but the manner in which the Asian giant is achieving its status is a throwback reminder to some of the darkest days of the U.S. industrial revolution.

Factories that force workers to put in long, exhausting hours for minimal wages. Poor working conditions. Few benefits. No ability to organize.

Apple Inc. poisons the Earth: the legacy of toxic iPhone e-waste

The world is full of electronics -- computers, laptops, cell phones, tablets, e-book readers, et cetera. In fact, according to some estimates, by 2017 the average person will have five devices that connect to the Internet, many of them manufactured by American electronics giants Apple and Microsoft.

It’s in an Apple, It May Protect Your Heart, and It’s Causing Excitement

Harvard researchers have found that a flavonoid compound in apples called rutin (it’s also found in onions, buckwheat, citrus fruits, and tea) has powerful properties that prevents blood clots in heart vessels. Rutin could prevent both the arterial clots that cause heart attacks and strokes and the venous clots that cause deep-vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism. So it works far better than existing anticlotting drugs, which only prevent clots in one or the other, and is much safer. This is getting the drug industry very interested.