e are all very sad that Steve Jobs died ( even if ome stupid maybe is glad). Now many people is curious about the real reason of his death. Searching more news on the net to understand what was going on. We found different documents about this guy, but one of them really attracted our attention! Two photos, purporting to be part of Apple CEO Steven P. Jobs medical file, showing a HIV positive status. The photos have been spread over email, and appeared in a number of Internet publications, including CNN’s “ireport”, which previously released a false death report for Mr. Jobs. The results by HIV testing company SxCheck are dated September 1st 2004. Though SxCheck’s website did not launch until 2006, its parent company Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation has existed since the 1980s. It is thus plausible that the results are a re-issue of earlier tests associated with its parent company. SxCheck’s website advertises “decades of experience”. If Steve Jobs did have HIV, it is possible that his pancreatic cancer was a Kaposi’s sarcoma, which is noted to emulate pancreatic cancer in HIV-positive patients.
A close inspection of the second image reveals that Mr. Jobs personal details are slightly misaligned and do not follow the perspective of the surrounding text. “Born” in the “Birth date” field is also unusual, although not by itself a key signature of fabrication. The social security number, on the other hand, is from a valid structure and was issued in California, although it is unknown if it is Mr. Jobs’.
As Apple, Inc’s stock price was depending in part on the health of Mr. Jobs, so maybe stock speculators were motivated to introduce critical information about Mr. Jobs health. Due to the contradictory dates, possible evidence of forgery, strong motivations for fabrication and few motivations for a legitimate revelation, the documents should not be taken at face value. So it doesn’t matter for us if Mr. Jobs is HIVpositive or not. Nothing changes this stupid situation. He dedicated his life and energy to stupefy us. Every single person who uses an i-device or a Mac device knows what we are talking about. This man will remain forever one of the most interesting person in the world. Maybe a crazy one. A mercurial. A rebel. A market maker. The lucky guy with the new liver. The one who sees things differently. He’s not fond of rules and bad typography. And he has no respect for mediocrity. You can praise him, disagree with him, quote him, disbelieve him, glorify or vilify him. Nearly the only thing you can’t do is ignore him. Because this guy created the personal computer market, he introduced the first commercial computer with a graphic user interface, was booted from his own company, then came back, saved it from death, reinvented one of the best operating systems on the planet, reinvented the music player, kicked the record companies on the balls, failed to reinvent TV, reinvented the cell phone OS as we know it, got a cancer that means almost-certain death, healed and come back in business again trying to change the computing world once again… He invents. He sometimes has a very bad temper. And he keeps inspiring. We love you Steve and we will love you forever.