I make statements that cannot be verified? Like what? Do the search, see the results. What I said was 100% verifiable by anyone with access to google.
Yes, you have brought to the group's attention that, on at least 2 or 3 data points, Google search results yield a higher quantity pictures of black people. There could be a lot of reasons for that, many of them inconsequential. It is just two datapoints (google search results on inventors, and quarterbacks). I just searched "famous celebrities" and Kanye and Beyonce were the only two blacks in an initial cut of like 10. I then tried "famous chefs", and they were all white. I tried "famous democrats", and aside from the Obamas, everyone was white. I guess my three data points Trump your two data points. Even if your data points did represent a trend, there's still this:Google is blackwashing some of its search results. The only conclusion I can muster as to why they would do this is to apply political correctness in order to influence people's worldview.
Your exercise most certainly does not
support that conclusion. And even if there were a trend - which there isn't - you wouldn't be able to say that, because there are a lot of reasons Google's search results could be the way they are. Logic would dictate that inventors would be listed by name or by chronological criteria. Right?
As a reminded, that's not how Google has ever worked, no most internet search engines. THIS is how Google works: https://www.google.com/insidesearch/howsearchworks/thestory/http://computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/basics/google1.htm
Seems this knowledge will be beneficial for you, considering you've said in another thread that you think you can learn more from Google searches than established news organizations.
Want to have some more PC fun? Next google the question: are shoes racist? And read down a page or two. Evidently certain shoes are indeed racist. I had no idea that I could offend someone simply by wearing the wrong shoes.
Again, so what? You use the internet to find all sorts of opinions. For some of my own PC fun, I decided to Google your own question "Google blackwashing search results", and what I found were a list of polemic, clickbait articles, many from sources that appeared pretty "Aryan" in nature. How is this credible?
If you have to work to get what I am saying, that is good. If you don't get it at all that is fine too. But I think the discussion should happen and no I am not interested in a one way thing here. I am *asking* your opinion, you are choosing to attack my character instead of the issue I raised.
I am not attacking your character, I'm attacking the illogical, unscientific way you try to convince people of your worldview. See, "logic" and "science", which you seem to value, aren't about finding one or two data points, and then running with whatever preferred conclusion you can muster that doesn't contradict those two data points. The scaffolding on which your whole schpeel rests (i.e., two data points) completely collapsed the minute I decided to Google three more things.