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say no
November 29th, 2007, 11:25 PM
proof 1: things on googles 9.5 billion webpages may not all be true

proof 2: google is not "virtualy everywere". places with no internet signal that google runs off of are not everywere in the world

proof 4: what if the internet crashes??? bye bye google

proof 5: google can be bought out / if we face an apocolypse do you think google will exist without electricity and people using it and expanding it

proof 6: google wont remember it if you delete it

proof 7: google can do no evil???? i have no idea what you people call evil because of the child porn, regular porn, violence, scams and cursing on the internet

proof 8: believers with a problem will look in their holy books... not search it on google

Vexx
November 29th, 2007, 11:44 PM
proof 1: things on googles 9.5 billion webpages may not all be true
But they still might be!

proof 2: google is not "virtualy everywere". places with no internet signal that google runs off of are not everywere in the world
Google can get pictures off satellites, which means it practically is 'there', or at least can see 'there', whether 'there' has internetz or not.

proof 4: what if the internet crashes??? bye bye google
I doubt the internet will crash untill the next magnetic pole flip, then just about everything electronic might. Untill then....I highly doubt the internet will ever crash.

proof 5: google can be bought out / if we face an apocolypse do you think google will exist without electricity and people using it and expanding it
If google is bought out, it'll still be google but a different name. As for the apocolypse...Should the electricity come back, I'm quite sure it'd be easy to get online again. Then you'll go and see Google there. Just because electricity isnt there doesnt mean memory isnt...

proof 6: google wont remember it if you delete it
It can. You can easily program something to record everything you type/upload/etc, backspace included.

proof 7: google can do no evil???? i have no idea what you people call evil because of the child porn, regular porn, violence, scams and cursing on the internet
The people that made the child porn, violence, scams and cursing are 'evil'. Google just lists it. How would you know if it had it if you werent searching it yourself, eh?

proof 8: believers with a problem will look in their holy books... not search it on google
According to what you're saying....you may be surprised. It's easier to search through a digital book than flipping through thousands of pages and skimming over teeny words to find what you're looking for.

I also notice you forgot proof 3. No point there, have you?

littleteapot
November 30th, 2007, 09:25 PM
proof 1: things on googles 9.5 billion webpages may not all be trueHow dare you say that not everything on those webpages isn't true. The all-knowing google determined them so they must be.proof 2: google is not "virtualy everywere". places with no internet signal that google runs off of are not everywere in the worldBut it is everywhere virtual.proof 4: what if the internet crashes??? bye bye googleproof 5: google can be bought out / if we face an apocolypse do you think google will exist without electricity and people using it and expanding itGoogle will adjust itself so that it no longer needs internet for its holy services to be offered.proof 6: google wont remember it if you delete itNothing is deleted ever.proof 7: google can do no evil???? i have no idea what you people call evil because of the child porn, regular porn, violence, scams and cursing on the internetGoogle offers temptation to test your goodness. Google gives you free will. It is your choice if you wish to spend it immorally.proof 8: believers with a problem will look in their holy books... not search it on googleWhy not?

sudikics
December 1st, 2007, 02:10 AM
Actually, now I'm fascinated by the proof about the internet crashing.

You know, my dad crashed the internet once.

No joke. If theres interest, I'll tell the story.

AaronD
December 1st, 2007, 07:41 AM
And I heartily agree, Rimmer.

sudikics
December 1st, 2007, 03:28 PM
What I meant by my fascination was the fact that


God is, if and only if Faith is.


And by that logic, God could just as easily die, if we all died.

Vexx
December 1st, 2007, 03:33 PM
but, lyk, God can makez us all over again, rite?

I see what you mean now, scikidus....I was beginning to think your dad had a modem and accidentally turned it off and thought he crashed the internet...

By your theory, if everyone stopped having faith, also, God wouldn't exsist. Right? But I think the argument there would be "If you stopped believing in wind, would it cease to exsist?"

sudikics
December 1st, 2007, 03:58 PM
but, lyk, God can makez us all over again, rite?

I see what you mean now, scikidus....I was beginning to think your dad had a modem and accidentally turned it off and thought he crashed the internet...

By your theory, if everyone stopped having faith, also, God wouldn't exsist. Right? But I think the argument there would be "If you stopped believing in wind, would it cease to exsist?"

Ahh, but wind is scientifically verifiable! God, by definition in most cultures, is not! We would never know! That is one of the fundamental pillars of Googlism: A Googlist believes that Google is the closest mankind has ever come to experiencing a scientifically verifiable deity!



Oh, about my dad, no, he actually crashed the internet for the Eastern half of the US, and slowed it severely around the world, for about five minutes. It's a cool story. Reply if you want to hear it. Should I put it in a different thread?

sudikics
December 1st, 2007, 04:47 PM
Ah, but it is possible to do one via the other.


What happened was:



My dad is a tele-communications sales engineer. Back in 1995, he was working for Telebit. Telebit had just come out with a new routing package, which it called "The Next Thing." [Note the initials, funny airport security story about this product] My dad went with a couple of guys over to MayEast (I think that was the name), then one of two branches of the largest ISP in America, to install the box.

Here's the juicy bit: the box had been misporgrammed. When plugged in, by my dad of course, its faulty programming set it as the sole default ISP for America. Naturally, when the entirety of AMerica tried to go through it however, I couldnt stand up, and shut itself down. This created a dead-end effect, shutting down the eastern half of America's internet.

Alarm bells probablu started to go off in the building, and IT ruhed down to yell at them. They found the problem, and ceremoniously ripped out the box. The internet was restored.

After shipping the box back to programming, the bug was found, rooted out, and the box was returned and reinstalled correctly.

Nowadays, this can't happen, but it sure have must have been funny.

Wallsy
December 2nd, 2007, 07:38 AM
Here's the juicy bit: the box had been misporgrammed. When plugged in, by my dad of course, its faulty programming set it as the sole default ISP for America.

That makes no sense. Are you sure you know what an ISP is?


proof 1: things on googles 9.5 billion webpages may not all be true

Google knows that someone said it, not that it's true. Google allows you to find the truth for yourself, She doesn't spoon-feed it to you.


proof 2: google is not "virtualy everywere". places with no internet signal that google runs off of are not everywere in the world

Please look up the definition of "virtually".


proof 4: what if the internet crashes??? bye bye google

This doesn't even mean anything. There's no way the internet can "crash".


proof 5: google can be bought out / if we face an apocolypse do you think google will exist without electricity and people using it and expanding it

If it were bought, it would still exist. If we faced an apocalypse and had no electrickery, Google would cease to function, but not cease to exist.


proof 6: google wont remember it if you delete it

Google chaches web pages and retains them even after they'er deleted. Plus, there are other sites that do the same, which Google can help you find.


proof 7: google can do no evil???? i have no idea what you people call evil because of the child porn, regular porn, violence, scams and cursing on the internet

Google just shows you how to find what you're looking for. She's not responsible for the things others do or the things you ask Her to find.


proof 8: believers with a problem will look in their holy books... not search it on google

Really? 'Cause I find the easiest way to search holy books is to use Google.


Wallsy.

sudikics
December 3rd, 2007, 02:30 AM
That makes no sense. Are you sure you know what an ISP is?

Yes, I do. I misused the word. Sorry. Happy?

Wallsy
December 3rd, 2007, 07:45 AM
Yes, I do. I misused the word. Sorry. Happy?

Well then, what did you mean?


Wallsy.

sudikics
December 3rd, 2007, 10:41 PM
Well then, what did you mean?


Wallsy.
ISP stands for "Internet Service Provider" I meant "means of accessing the internet" or "provider of internet service."

Wallsy
December 4th, 2007, 02:53 PM
ISP stands for "Internet Service Provider" I meant "means of accessing the internet" or "provider of internet service."

And what do you mean by that if not ISP?


Wallsy.

sudikics
December 4th, 2007, 06:34 PM
Wait, you first said I used it wrong. Now you're saying I used it right. What's the problem?

Here it is, in context:

The Next Thing set MayEast as default gateway to the internet for Western America.

Wallsy
December 5th, 2007, 08:27 AM
The Next Thing set MayEast as default gateway to the internet for Western America.

Ah, there's the answer to my question. Default gateway. Now what you said makes more sense.


Wallsy.

sudikics
December 5th, 2007, 12:36 PM
You're welcome.