What symbolizes the bitten apple from Apple

apple-logoThe tragic story of a computer scientist genius that it’s not nearly as famous as Steve Jobs.

Alan Mathison Turing (1912 – 1954) was a brilliant British mathematician, considered one of the founders of modern computing. It was a freak. He liked Blanche Neige, mathematics and … boys.

He also like to talk on the phone for hours with his mother, who told her everything. He also liked to run a marathon and several times, completed the race in the top.

In 1940, Turing finds himself in an unusual battle camp in fact a laboratory of the famous British MI5. He manages to contribute to deciphering the mechanisms of German ENIGMA cipher machine.

Alan Turing was about to become a hero of the Second World War. Because of his genius, Churchill could receive every morning decrypted war messages of Hitler.

After the war, Turing enter the National Physical Laboratory, which builds in parallel with the Americans, the first computer in the world.
Unfortunately, police arrests for homosexuality and because this was a crime pleads guilty and accept it instead of prison-based chemical treatment of oestrogen.

Do not resist psychic and someday year 1954 anoint a apple with cyanide, bite once and dies.

Laurrent Joffrin, author of “History of secret codes” writes: “When the heroic years of informatics in California, some kid in a garage creates a computer manufacturing company, call Apple and give the apple logo colors rainbow – colors homosexual movement – which once bitten someone.”

Bit and died. It was called Turing.

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