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Subject: Re: People Keep Walking Into Glass at Apple Park
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On Tuesday, 20 February 2018 05:48:20 UTC-5, BurfordTJustice  wrote:
> LOL...yet they claim to be smarter than all others....
> 
> People Keep Walking Into Glass at Apple Park
> 
> 
> Apple's futuristic-looking new campus, known as the Apple Park, had 
> employees slowly start to move in earlier this year following construction 
> delays (the move was meant to start last April). Some 12,000 Apple staff 
> will eventually call Apple Park home. However, it seems Apple has a bit of a 
> health and safety issue on its hands, and employees are being injured.
> 
> The problem stems from Apple's extensive use of glass in constructing the 
> buildings on the campus. The company was very happy to share during 
> development that it was using the world's largest panels of curved glass. 
> But glass is clear and therefore quite hard to see when you're walking 
> about. It seems Apple didn't think about that and employees have been 
> walking into glass walls unaware they are there.
> 
> 
> https://www.pcmag.com/news/359283/people-keep-walking-into-glass-at-...

"Quite hard to see?"  Maybe if you're stoned all the time.  Glass reflects 4% at each surface
(perpendicular rays) and a lot more at glancing angles.  Hard not to actually see it.