Thursday, September 28, 2006

Google Invades Space

On September 28, 2005, Google announced a long-term research partnership with NASA which would involve Google building a 1-million square foot R&D center at NASA's Ames Research Center. NASA and Google are planning to work together on a variety of areas, including large-scale data management, massively distributed computing, bio-info-nano convergence, and encouragement of the entrepreneurial space industry. The new building would also include labs, offices, and housing for Google engineers.

“Google and NASA share a common desire-to bring a universe of information to people around the world,” said Eric Schmidt, Google chief executive officer.“

He continues, “Imagine having a wide selection of images from the Apollo space mission at your fingertips whenever you want it. That's just one small example of how this collaboration could help broaden technology's role in making the world a better place.”
The first picture above, was taken during a recent Apollo space mission by Marietta, GA blogger, lonelygirl15 from her home computer. Thanks sexy!

Thanks to covert operator, ‘steve’ for providing the info.
Sources: ‘steve’ /

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

The Battle Begins

Google has begun their attack on our operations. As of this morning, the Google empire has removed our video (Exhibit A) from the web site.

See the video on and PASS IT ON! Spread the warning!

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

The Google Borg

Here's a statement made by Sergey Bin as quoted in The Google Story:

"Why not improve the brain? You would want a lot of compute power. Perhaps in the future, we can attach a little version of Google that you just plug into your brain. We'll have to develop stylish versions, but then you'd have all of the world's knowledge immediately available, which is pretty exciting."

This fashionable gear features the same rubustness of Google plus portability via bio-enhanced neuro-conducting tentacles. It's a bit of a snug fit, but once it's on most 'hosts' don't seem to mind the seemingly agonizing pain.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Google Library Readers

During a visit to the Googleplex historian George Dyson notes that a Google staff member working on book digitisation told him that some of the material was destined for a non-human audience.

"We are not scanning all those books to be read by people,' explained one of the hosts. 'We are scanning them to be read by an AI."

Here's a photo taken by one of our insiders (who shall not be named so as to conceal our covert, ninja-like cover):

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Google Forms T-1 Million

Exhibit A
If you pick apart the elements that make up the Google logo you will find that they form the name of the last known sentinel, the T-1,000,000. Click PLAY below.

Friday, September 08, 2006

Google is Skynet

I have setup this blog to inform the public, such as yourselves, of impending doom to your civil society as you know it. This may come as a shock or even seem psychotic by nature but I have been sent here into this time by my superiors from the future - the year 2063 to be exact.

At this time, the pieces are already being set into motion by a large corporation (in the future) known as Skynet. Through advancing technology intended to protect, inform and serve our society the initiatives of this organization will eventually take a turn for the worse. I am here to inform you of this innevitability so that we may, together, stop the corporation that, in this time calls itself Google.

Google is Skynet.