Ahmed Areff | What a conspiracy involving a 120-year-old lightbulb has to do with your iPhone

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Low-angle view of the Centennial Bulb, the world's longest-burning lightbulb, originally installed in 1901, a popular tourist attraction at Fire Station Number 6, Livermore, California, with Bulb Cam webcam also visible, May 6, 2019. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images)
Low-angle view of the Centennial Bulb, the world's longest-burning lightbulb, originally installed in 1901, a popular tourist attraction at Fire Station Number 6, Livermore, California, with Bulb Cam webcam also visible, May 6, 2019. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images)

5G towers, microchips in vaccines and the Illuminati - who needs nonsensical conspiracy theories when we have an actual real conspiracy to talk about, and part of it involves the phone or laptop you are reading this on, writes Ahmed Areff

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