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Easter Eggs from Google

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Easter Eggs from Google
Lately, I’ve been running into a lot of hidden Google gimmicks and funnies.I decided to collect all I know (+ what I managed to google).
I think a lot of this has been known to everyone for a long time.But hopefully for some of the readers there will be new information here as well. I just wanted to put it together nicely and put it in one pile.

1. A search on the word "recursion" leads to itself

Easter Eggs from Google

2. The answer to life’s ultimate question.

In Douglas Adams’ book The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, "The Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything" was supposed to solve all the problems of the universe. This answer was eagerly awaited by all sentient races. It was the result of seven and a half million years of uninterrupted computing on a dedicated Deep Thought computer. According to the computer, the answer has been tested several times for correctness, but it may upset everyone. It turns out that the answer to the question is "42." (Source. wikipedia )
Google decided to keep up : The answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything
Easter Eggs from Google

3. Thirty-eight parrots.

Remember the famous cartoon? Where the length of the boa constrictor was measured in parrots? Google calculator is familiar with these quantities :
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Also, you can use Google to find out that : 1 boa constrictor = 5 meters , 1 boa = 5 monkeys , 1 elephant = 2.5 meters And even that 1 liter = 0.438976 cubic parrots and 1 cu. boob = 10, 162.5014 caddy buckets

4. How many horns does a unicorn have?

And on this question You can get the answer!
Easter Eggs from Google

5. Google in Klingon?

Star Trek fans should appreciate google klingon :
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Also available are "transfers" to pirate language and in Elmer Fudd (the cartoon hunter running after Bugs Bunny).

6. ASCII art.

ASCII art is the art of drawing images using various text characters. If you enter the corresponding query into Google, the logo will change its appearance :
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If anyone knows anything else funny about the search engine itself, write in, we’ll add it!

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