Friday, 4 December 2009

Googlegate

Following my recent post about Google censoring search suggestions for climategate, microdave left an excellent link there in the comments about how someone has directly approached Google in an attempt to get to the bottom of it all. It's a rather lengthy post but well worth checking out the official replies from Google.

And yes, it has rather predictably been dubbed Googlegate.
 

Incidentally, in the interests of totally useless research, whilst pissed as a fart on la vin rouge du jour, I decided to do a random search on Google for the genuine facts regarding Act On Co2.
The result was rather surprising . . . .




Oh, and the search on that global warming gonad gobbler, Gordon Brown, proved to be an interesting one too . . .





Act On Co2, it's all just an act ;-)

9 comments:

microdave said...

The fuckers are censoring those search terms now - I get a completely different result.

Oh, now I see your trademark at the bottom....

BASTARD!!!!!

Corrugated Soundbite said...

Fell into the same trap as microdave.

Serves to show Gordon's true cuntitude. Even fooled my mum ;-)

Oldrightie said...

Fiction stranger than truth? No.

Barking Spider said...

Funny as fuck, mate, you had me going for a minute!

banned said...

Great stuff, how can I steal the new Act0nCO2 widget at the top right ?

That fucker Brown is calling skeptics " flat-earthers", what a cunt, the very day after the Beeb opened up the public debate ( a bit ).

G.O.T. said...

Banned
Just click on the link 'Get you own', which is bottom right of the widget, and you'll go to a screen where you can copy the code you need. You can then paste that straight into an HTML widget in your blog sidebar.

Hope that helps ;-)

G.O.T. said...

As for the searches?
They're all true I tell you (hee hee) just like the CRU output ;-)

Lorenzo said...

Does anyone know what the carbon boot stomp of all the 50/60s nuclear bomb tests were, wondering if the whole of un-great uk would have to churn out co2 for 100 years to equal it?

Amusing Bunni said...

This is great! Funny, I don't see your wonderful artwork at the top of google today!

I'm going to do a search of "googlegate" right now...hee hee.