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    Default Random “new cases” in Google, why?

    Just saw a video on YouTube:

    Open google browser and enter a random number followed bij “new cases”
    Example: 345 new cases
    Doesn’t matter which number you put before the words “new cases”
    There is always a result of new cases, can anyone explain this?

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    Default Re: Random “new cases” in Google, why?

    Quote Posted by Dick (here)
    Doesn’t matter which number you put before the words “new cases”
    There is always a result of new cases, can anyone explain this?
    Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). It's a co-ordinated action amongst the media and google itself to flood all known information sources with case reporting to support the pandemic "narrative".

    For example, google "456 new cases". You'll see multiple instances in all different geographic areas. Pick any number you like.

    P.S. There is also this:
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/...i-curfew-riots
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    Default Re: Random “new cases” in Google, why?

    I am "trying" to use the search engine called mojeek.com but their results are very mediocre (sorry for the word to describe), it returns inconsistent and poor results, I dislike anything google, but in terms of search they still the best out there (depends on what you are searching), other search engines like: searx (open source code -->> https://searx.github.io/searx/ or ready to use instances -->> https://searx.space) and duckduckgo are the best ones after google because it integrate all known mechanism in one single search, still have google results behind as an option in the case of searx.ninja or searx.space.
    Qwant is just okay for those searching for stuffs in Europe, for me didn't help much.
    Startpage is fine, but I can find things in google that is not available in startpage results.
    Bing I never used it, I can't say anything about.
    Ecosia I used time ago and it is as mediocre as mojeek, didn't like it.
    metager.org - didn't use much, I remember finding business info that I couldn't find on google.
    yahoo, yandex I dislike them, yahoo used to be good, now it is pure garbage with tons of advertisement, yandex is a russian google in my opinion.
    yaci - open source P2P search engine, seems to be interesting, but what stopped me was Java, this search engine must be installed with the operating system and require Java, I am not very fond of this technology.
    Seeks project - another P2P project, not sure if the development still active.

    Just checked searx has 90 online instances available, each instance are hosted by individuals that donate their time and resources to make available a clean web search without trackers and all nasty stuffs google and other use against us. Anyone can install an instance online, the source code is open and free available on github (link above).

    For example, when searching for programming related issues, nothing better than google, if one want to search about conspiracy like subjects google is not your friend, still will return a loaded page with useless !@#$% and misleading results.

    By the way google dorks (advanced search) can be very useful from time to time, if dorks can not find it, probably nothing else will. But I still have to try those P2P search engines and see if I can find stuffs that google, usenet, irc, messengers, anonymous networks (Tor, freenet, etc) can not find.

    I use google on Brave browser or Palemoon Browser (old firefox version) with javascript disabled or blocked, then it is less intrusive.

    Another piece of information that can be useful, if the website is not indexed with search engines and has a robot.txt file in its index directory, the search engine bots probably won't look and index it. Some website owners just do not want to index their websites with search engines to avoid problems depending on the contents, also the developer can add a line like this explicitly in the page's header tag
    Code:
    <meta name="robots" content="noindex,nofollow" />
    to tell the search engine to remove it from the search results. But it is up to the search engine company to respect that or not.

    More info here -->> http://www.robotstxt.org/
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    Default Re: Random “new cases” in Google, why?

    I’m using duckduckgo also, and works just fine, although you don’t find anything, the average result is good.
    And yes, google get the best results, maybe other will take their place one day…

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    Default Re: Random “new cases” in Google, why?

    Indeed. I tried several numbers and something like this always happens.




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    Default Re: Random “new cases” in Google, why?

    Quote Posted by Kryztian (here)
    Indeed. I tried several numbers and something like this always happens.
    Interesting! I tried a different number (555) in Google and got exact matches and then tried 11,111 new cases and got an exact match of new cases in Florida and Maharashtra (India). Highly unlikely that those two locations reported that exact number but that is precisely how Google has worded the search results!
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    Default Re: Random “new cases” in Google, why?

    Quote Posted by Andre (here)
    Quote Posted by Kryztian (here)
    Indeed. I tried several numbers and something like this always happens.
    Interesting! I tried a different number (555) in Google and got exact matches and then tried 11,111 new cases and got an exact match of new cases in Florida and Maharashtra (India). Highly unlikely that those two locations reported that exact number but that is precisely how Google has worded the search results!
    Same here - and it is localized to where you are - oh no! it's everywhere!!

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    Default Re: Random “new cases” in Google, why?

    With a quick survey it seems that you can query up to 8000 new cases, before the phenomena fades off. Makes you wonder if there is a set upper limit of 8000 to instruments that create these news?

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    Default Re: Random “new cases” in Google, why?

    I'm wondering if it is just a computer algorythm as it seems to work if you type in 'suit cases' as well.

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