Author Galen Zink asserts in a very quasi-blog way that Apple power adapters are dangerous by design.
In fact ... he even goes as far to show the critics of his article this picture, which he says proves Apple is aware of the issue and has "slilently fixed it".
His claim here is that the only logical reason Apple has modified it's power adapter over the last 5 YEARS is because the adapters fail, spark, and could possibly start a fire!
This is a pretty bold claim. He even backs it up saying that Apple has received hundreds of failed power adapters ... wow ... hundreds aye ... what is that ... 1/10 of 1% of all Apple laptops sold in the last 5 YEARS!
Power adapters fail for different reasons ... the first and foremost is air circulation. I'm sure there is a small defect rate as well.
But be careful of this guy's commentary ... he apparently figured out that "touchy Apple subjects" are a hot topic and generate hits. Why would Zink want to generate hits? Why to sell a sugar substitute and apparently some sort of food enhancement product.
The article appears to have been written with the SOLE INTENT of being placed onto DIGG rather than an informed piece of consumer awareness.
Why the article alone has generated 100 links to his site in just 48 hours and his http://zinkconsulting.com/ and http://zinkfoods.com/ domains are rocketing up the charts.
Be careful folks of the intent ... Creative my be an investor in Zink Foods!