Google Can Cache The Future

Google can Cache the Future

John Jones, and his new Weekly SEO blog have discovered that Google has now gained the ability to travel through time, and cache a page in the future!
This represents a whole new unprecedented level of technology being harnessed by Google…TIME TRAVEL!

Google Breaks the 4th Dimension

While it’s always been known that search patents and systems are constantly being devised by Google to shorten the return time of pages when queried, this I feel represents the next logical step in Search, which is of course “Futuredexing”(Indexing pages before they’ve been modified by the user). While I don’t yet have any confirmation from @mattcutts that they are implementing measures to circumvent the space-time continuum,  we don’t have any DENIAL of it either…

Well, the proof is right here! GOOGLE CAN TRAVEL THROUGH TIME!

UPDATE:

Although Cynics like @kid_disco of SEO Disco may nay say and state that it’s a function of Greenwich Mean Time Differing with my Pacific Standard time…there’s still no conclusive proof that Google isn’t hopping into the Digital Delorean, and Gunning it to 88 MPH!

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11 Comments

  1. Jeremy,

    I couldn’t have taken this and turned it into the humor you’ve taken it to. Well done my friend, thanks for the plug and the laugh all in one.

  2. What I want to know is…

    how did they manage to generate the 1.21 jiggawatts required to pull off this amazing feat?!

  3. Allen Harper – You didn’t know? Google has their own version of the flux capacitor as the backbone of their search engine. It’s called the Flux Algorithm Plugin version 1.21. 😉

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