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Google Dung Beetle release

Google Dung BeetleToday saw Google sneak in a new update to their search algorithms. That being Dung Beetle.

This, according to what we have discovered uses an excremental algorithm with the aid of RFC 3514. This is an update to the recent Panda and Penguin updates. It is specifically designed to remove any excrement from the internet. Anything that Google deems to be factually incorrect will be removed from any search query.

This is actually done by the IMCG. The secretive organisation that is hidden behind Google’s search products. This group is the one behind the way that the current searches are performed. They have finally managed to wrangle enough to hit the infinity that is needed for this algorithm to work flawlessly 100% of the time.

It seems that the way it works is that the search query is rolled up into a ball, then passed to the IMCG’s employees to decide what responses are factually correct. This is designed to remove the effluent that is floating around the internet. From now on searches for Moon Conspiracy, as well as other such ilk will be removed from the global search.

This project, as all other upgrade should have been shrouded is secrecy until release. In this case, it seems that one Google press officer managed to send a release out by mistake and before it was killed the world knew about it!

The IMCG [ Infinite Monkey Cage Group ] is also planning to help facebook remove all of the dubious “facts” that end up being debunked via snopes. Thus saving 1,000s of man hours for other people who post links saying that it’s bunkum!

With apologies to the helpful work that Google has done in cataloguing the Internet 🙂 Hope you had a good April 1.

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