mrflicks — 2012-04-10T07:12:16-04:00 — #1
What Google really is?
What Google really is is a weapons guidance system you know!
chancellor — 2012-04-10T07:47:41-04:00 — #2
strange definition, How you are saying that please tell.
mrflicks — 2012-04-10T08:58:07-04:00 — #3
You recognise such things when your Grand Dad was a Major (Military Officer) and your uncle the caretaker of Bletchley and you spent all your youth school holidays visiting military places delivering weapons and supplies and picking them up for distribution.
And I also studied various ways to attack the UK (or other Countries - whole Countries that is) and amongst those strategies there was a system that used satellites and search engines to destroy whole countries so it's not difficult to spot something you also designed yourself on paper when the same systems are presented in front of your eyes so obviously.
guido2004 — 2012-04-10T09:39:12-04:00 — #4
For me it's not obvious at all how a search engine can guide weapons? I thought they use laser beams for that?
webcosmo — 2012-04-10T10:09:52-04:00 — #5
google is a like those aliens in the movie, collecting all our data for their research.
mrflicks — 2012-04-10T10:20:12-04:00 — #6
Yeah agreed but that is just one system and the system I had in mind that I wrote the plans for a few years ago had both lasers and search engines working together. In fact it's funny lasers got mentioned as that was one of my main ideas I came up with and wrote the ideas down for.
I suppose you could in some ways say the search engine part guides the laser part.
If you take it that a search engine is the internal bit say for the example laser one then it is the search engine or that part of the software that guides the laser.
Though we have to imagine that say MIRV's (for a name to express any weapon as a delivered er missile say) could mean any thing
It's been bugging me for donkeys and I am quite surprised nobody else spotted this use for a search engine.
If a search engine can pinpoint something like say a word it can then pinpoint anything
target it as it we're
LOL a whole new meaning to laser targeted ads ROFL
system — 2012-04-16T14:51:17-04:00 — #7
There are tons of link building software available, it seems like if you're willing to pay, you can get a whole lot of links. So my question is: how important does google really think links are? I understand the idea behind quality links, but like everything else on this planet, there's someone out there who will find the loop holes.
Shouldn't it be more important just to have a website about whatever your website is about and offer what you say you do?
sega — 2012-04-16T15:36:17-04:00 — #8
Google is your friend? No?
coloradojaguar — 2012-04-16T15:57:08-04:00 — #9
Well, considering the recent Panda update from Google some might consider the search engine to be a weapon against page rank and placement. Your best defense is high quality original content which others will enjoy and naturally linkback to.
kirk_b — 2012-04-16T21:38:33-04:00 — #10
I can't tell if this post is metaphorical or the rantings of a crazy man
stomme_poes — 2012-04-17T06:43:30-04:00 — #11
Uh, the pandas sneak into our houses in the night-time and kill us with their l33t gun-fu. It's all part of teh Google's plan.
Screw fresh content. They want fresh blood. You wait.
system — 2012-04-24T16:17:01-04:00 — #12
It was a search engine a while ago.
nutricionline — 2012-04-24T18:02:27-04:00 — #13
Google its the big monopoly
elbot — 2012-04-24T18:05:23-04:00 — #14
Google is a pain in the **** sometimes!!
r937 — 2012-04-24T18:11:20-04:00 — #15
time to close this thread, i think...
the one-line fluffers have arrived