So, while googling over and over for facepalm images with more and more facepalms within the image ( jumping fandoms to accomplish such! ) for another thread ( too lazy to link ), I came upon, of course, a variety of facepalm inducing images. One of them being a list of suggested ( based on general population searching for it ) Google searches...
For "What is the biggest planet in the world"
Truly, facepalm inducing.
But I wondered
What would Google say was the answer if I googled it?
The answer is, Google would assume I'm not a fucking idiot and think I meant to ask it "What is the largest plane in the world". However, some simple searching indicates that this is not always the case for when other people do this, which links back to something bigger. Search filtering, it's not some conspiracy theory where you blame Google for sifting out results for you and giving you things you want despite their accuracy, it's something that they do and can be very easily seen doing it if you ask two people who have used Google more than a few times to google something and then compare their results pages. Yeah, it's them trying to cater to you and such, whatever, I don't mind it all that much really ( although I had to teach Google that I liked minecraft ).
But this brings up a point I was trying to make
Google KNEW based on my search history that I wasn't a moron.
Google has with others "KNEW" they were idiots based on their search history.
Thank you Google for knowing I'm not a moron.
Your soulless company of not-evil-honestly-guys is good by me.
So, on that note, for others who wanna see Google Bubbles, just search various polarizing topics ( if you aren't aware already ) and compare your results to those of anyone else.
Last I did this, with my roomie, my results turned up Wikipedia and various Science Journals ( if applicable ) over her News Resources.
So, in my last ditch effort to turn this into something that wasn't ENTIRELY pointless...
And of course, the archetypal...
"What is the largest planet in the world?"