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-- SilverThunder 02:15, 29 May 2015 (UTC) alternative to Google's

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Relevance: Directory:Conspiracy > Directory:Google and Energy / Directory: Mike Adams and Natural News

My Conspiracy News Digest (highly recommended that you subscribe) source, David Cleveland, included this link today:

Health Ranger launches world's first search engine that favors New Media while banning corporate and government propaganda:

Those of you who follow the alternative media, are aware of the amazing work that Directory: Mike Adams and Natural News do in providing excellent information.

My first reaction in reading this headline, though, was that their "banning" corporate propaganda is hypocritical, because it's such censorship that they are protesting by creating this alternative search engine.

What I wish for is a return to what Google used to be. On the one hand, I'm glad to see someone coming out with an alternative, but I would much prefer something with the broad, inclusive reach that Google has, without the censorship or bias they've added recently toward "truthiness" -- aka government/corporate-propaganda-line-towing sources.

GoodGopher might be an interim way to get to the alternative information we seek but I can't imagine that they could possibly have the depth and reach that Google had, especially if they have to manually screen which sites are listed and which are not. That's too unwieldy. I like how Google let the end user and links to a site determine relevance in a search query.

Here's the GoodGopher promo video.


(YouTube May 27, 2015) lets people (they say "webmasters", but there is no scrutiny applied) submit up to three sites per hour no more.

They say that the site will be made available for searching by the public "in a few weeks."

-- SilverThunder 15:11, 28 May 2015 (UTC)

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