Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Habasta, Aug 1, 2012.
And thats a clue for me .
crazy stuff, heh?..
How will it collect information from historic, 1 piece items; i.e. a 1-time book?
How will it collect information that has yet to be researched or written?
There's no way for Google to "gather all the information in the world."
Ha yeah that's an impossible statement because new information is being created everyday, if not every hour. for it to collect all the information in the world, that means your website would be indexed before you even created it.
google's good, but they're not that good.
300 years to colect what it was published till today
idk about anyone else but wouldn't googles computing power at some point be faster then the rate of new information, as long as new information can be quantified this seems possible, and pessimistic because quantum processing speeds may make this number 30 years
Readed? was that a past tense of read?
Agree, it is inevitable for Google to collect every information in this world. There are still facts/data which couldn't be found on the internet.
strong grammar buddy!
How is Google going to record a detailed history of how it recorded "everything"?
And, how is Google going to record a a detailed history of how it recorded a detailed history of "everything"?
And, how is Google going to record a detailed history of how it recorded a detailed history of how it recorded a detailed history of...?
And, where is Google going to store the information of "everything", when everything is being used to store the information of everything?
+1 pretty interesting lol
WTF are you talking about?
Anyways theres new stuff that happens everyday, i dont think google will ever have all the information in the world. Because the moment it ever does a few seconds later something else in the world will happen that google dosnt know about.
clue for what??give me the clue please..
'It will take 300 years for google to gather all information in the world'
I'll never tell Google what i know
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