Good stuff, Erling.
Can’t wait to see what’s coming!
So as far as Steve and Apple are concerned, this is what i know:
Steve was actually a Buddhist and spent a lot of time in the far east before his tech explosion.
His goal was to infuse aspects of nature into technology through simplicity and natural design.
He did believe in alternative medicine and the healing powers of nature.
His major fault in my humble opinion was that he allowed his ego to take over and failed to listen to his doctors and family.
If he allowed his doctors to treat his first bout of cancer properly, he may have still been alive today.
Instead he took matters into his own hands.
He was at heart a non-conformist and a rebel which is why Apple became what it is today.
In the end his death was a result of this.
Thinking about it now, it probably could not have happened any other way.
The Apple logo decision was actually a marketing one where it was suggested that the current Logo be humanized since they were seeking to enter into the household consumer segment. By adding the bite on the Apple, it took some of the seriousness and conformity away from what then was a nerdy, expensive and confusing piece of equipment.
With regards to Quantum Theory, i believe that science and spirituality are going to come to crossroads.
We’re now reaching out into unknown territory and discovering scientifically what certain schools of belief have been telling us all along.
This should be an interesting group 🙂