April 29, 2016
This has been an incredibly difficult week for Apple. The company shed more than $40 billion in market capitalization on Tuesday evening following its fiscal first-quarter earnings report, which showed a much steeper decline than Wall Street was expecting in both profit and iPhone sales. Then, just one day later, tragedy struck Apple's Cupertino, California headquarters when one of the company's employees was found dead in a conference room on campus.
The story is still unfolding two days later.
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The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office responded to a 9-1-1 call placed from Apple's Cupertino campus at approximately 8:35 a.m. PDT on Wednesday. According to a brief press conference later that morning, the call came from an Apple employee who said that there was a “person down” on campus. Upon responding, police found the body of a young male who was later confirmed to be an Apple employee.
It’s a mystery to his friends…
A 25-year-old software engineer named Edward Mackowiak who worked for Apple has reportedly shot himself in the head at the company headquarters in Cupertino. His death was quickly ruled a suicide just hours later after police found no evidence of foul play at the scene.
What’s strange is how the company refused to give any details about what Mackowiak actually did there. The only information about his job was on a hastily removed Linkedin page. Gizmodo reports it was sparse as well, simply listing him as a software engineer at Apple. His Twitter account has also been quickly deleted. It’s as if the guy himself is being digitally erased post haste.
According to Inverse, Mackowiak was pretty smart:
Somethins going on and not yet revealed with this corporation.
Billionaire - Carl Icahn reported as selling off the holding of the Apple stock he has.
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Perhaps the core of this Apple is now rotten after Steve Jobs left the building?
In Poof's newsletter for January 24, 2010, he said:
The frequencies of the planet are surging upwards very rapidly and if the equipment can't work with those surging frequencies, they become useless. Like the change from dc went to ac, now the new is coming on, and even ac is being left behind. We are also going from binary to trinary computer systems, see ya ibm, bill gates, et al.I have no idea what "trinary computing" would look like - but I understand some highly secret project has been underway at Apple for awhile now. Maybe they're working on The Next Big Thing...?