[pcductape] Re: How does Google search?

  • From: "Pam" <ltf01@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 11:35:53 -0500

Hi Carl,
The verse says "and if by reason of strength".  We aren't given a definition
of "strength".  Obviously it refers to bodily strength to endure (not
muscle).  That is different for different folks.  Some genetic, some by way
to medical science, some by the way they take care of themselves.

I'm with Chuck though.  The fireworks of 2076 promise to be awesome.  I'm
going right out and buy myself a ticket on the front row.  =)

As for your question about search engines, every web site is actually
numerical IP address.  The names, like google.com, are for humans to
remember.  For example, type into the address line of your
browser. See where it takes you.
So, when google "crawls" a web site, they store certain information in a
database.  General information, like the title of the page, the text of the
page, the URL, the IP, last time they crawled it, etc.  They when you search
for something it looks in its database for matches and displays those
matches.  Everything is stored as text so it doesn't take up as much space
as you would think.

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  Hi Pam,

  Thanks.   So that verse is telling us if we eat right and exercise daily,
then we "may" live to be eighty.

  Hey, I just found another use for Google.   I did a search for "seventy
years" and it did return several url's concerning the Bible.   I went to one
of the url and it would not let me in unless I "joined" or registered for
the website (a Bible site).   I wonder how the search engine works on a
restricted site;   what if the website does not want to be "searched"?

  That info brings to mind "How does Google or any search engine do the
search?"  I use to think that a search engine went from computer to computer
to computer via telephone lines, cable, etc.   Now, I don't think so.   But
the other obvious method is not conceivable because of space requirement;
in other words, does Google have all the URL's of the world in a single
computer's database;   is that possible?


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