Google Sun Worship: "Be Not Evil!"
I've heard of sun worship, and I use Google religiously, but I've never heard of "Google Sun Worship." Apparently, however, the practice is controversial enough to warrant a critique at the ungodly hour of 9:00 a.m.!
Clearly, or rather unclearly, something is up, but I can't find out precisely what. I've tried Googling the expression "Google Sun Worship," but that mostly just returns me to this very post! Test it yourself.
What's Google trying to hide? The company that reminds itself to "Be Not Evil" and that has so very recently vacated China in an attempt to live up to that motto is now already -- during this Holy Week! -- involved in some heathen sun worship that we can't locate even using Google's Advanced Search Engine?
Talk about internet censorship!
I demand that Google come clean on its links to sun worship, so I call upon Larry Page and Sergey Brin to explain themselves here in the comments section of this Gypsy Scholar post.
My blog won't be difficult for them to find. It's a Blogspot blog . . . owned by Google.