posted on Oct, 22 2010 @ 01:50 AM
Correct me if I'm wrong, but Google produces matches to searches based on a sort of 'popularity', that is, of the results? Like when you search for
a song or video you KNOW is online, but it turns up no results since it has virtually no activity, maybe only appearing once on a single, unpopular
site? With this in mind, maybe someone posted a blog or comment somewhere and used the last 2 coordinates and the theories content, connecting them,
making Google pick up on the correlation and therefore turning up a hit? That's my best guess.. what do you think? Can anyone with vast knowledge on
Google's searching algorithms shed some light on the possibility of this? Or is there a far simpler, more sinister connection to this?