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I can clearly demonstrate a war on basic information being waged by Google and others RIGHT NOW

by Jim Stone

November 20th 2019

I pointed this out a couple months ago. Today I was made curious about the distance between Venezuela and Cuba by the fact that Venezuela has been flying their equivalent of the Army's C-130 aircraft to Cuba and back to Venezuela non stop, on pretty much the shortest flight schedule it can accomplish. That's worth asking about, so I wondered how many flights per day it could do, and how much cargo could get transported. Obviously, for an answer, you need to know the distance between Venezuela and Cuba.

Having a knowledge of geography from the old school, I figured it was ballpark 500 miles. And if you take the actual closest points between those countries (not where an airplane could take off from and land) it did, ONLY VIA A MAP WITH A MILE SCALE end up being right around 570 statute miles, from the closest point on Venezuela's mainland, to the closest point on Cuba's mainland. I originally went for a direct answer, and into Duck Duck typed "distance from Venezuela to Cuba" and got this (approximate) answer, in all 5 top hits: "The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between Cuba and Venezuela is 2, 060 km= 1, 280 miles.. If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles per hour) from Cuba to Venezuela, It takes 2.29 hours to arrive.

I then typed the same search into Google and got the same kind of pathetically wrong answer in ALL of the top hits.

I knew the answers were B.S., because back when I was in school, they did not teach crap.

So I thought, how can I trick the system into giving a correct, exact answer? - maybe not for the shortest possible distance, but the shortest relevant distance for that particular answer. So I then typed "distance between Maracaibo Venezuela and Santiago Cuba" which are the closest cities such a plane could take off and land from, and got a relevant answer: 610 nautical miles:

"Your starting point Maracaibo, Venezuela is located at 10.654, -71.64. Your ending point Santiago, Cuba is located at 20.019833, -75.813917. Total distance from Maracaibo to Santiago is 1, 129 kms or 610 nautical miles."

Why is this important?


Because the current common core education system is not teaching kids this stuff - their only reference for anything nowadays is Google. If Google feeds them lies on purpose, from multiple sources that lie, while google is supposed to be the ultimate fact checker posting the most factual stuff first, the current generation is going to be LOST. And that's exactly what the "elite" want.

Imagine what would happen if this current generation, which has been programmed to hate baby boomers got into a conversation about geography, with the millenial using Google and the boomer going on memory. The millenial would absolutely steamroll the boomer with B.S., while being totally clueless and entirely lacking the mental fortitute to think past a lie sent them by google, and find another way to get an at least close to correct answer - using cities in both countries as reference points.

What is happening with Google on this is cold hard proof there is an effort underway to dissolve ALL knowledge - if Google will openly quote sources that are obviously lying about things as basic as distances in geography, HOW CAN YOU USE GOOGLE TO GET THE TRUTH ABOUT WHAT IS REALLY IN A VACCINE, OR WHAT A CANDIDATE REALLY SAID?

Short answer: You can't.

What's worse? Bing, Yippy, and even Russia's Yandex did the same thing. There's no way out of this with ANY search engine, you'd think that with such a commonly asked type of question the people who operate these search engines would figure out there's something wrong and fix this, yet they have not fixed this, and it is universal - any country to any country or any state to any state has drastically wrong distance stats.

Here is an approximate actual answer for my original question as good as I can judge from a map with a mile scale:

The "bird fly" shortest distance between Cuba and Venezuela is 570 miles If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles per hour) from Cuba to Venezuela, It takes approximately one hour, one minute and three seconds to arrive. Compare that to the B.S. you are getting from Google and others, folks, this is a devastating society wrecking problem with accuracy. It is very easy to point this out because distances can be confirmed with existing methods that were around before the internet, but just try getting the facts on anything that can't be proven so easily. The bottom line: The intentional disinfo is now so prevalent that search engines can be considered poison, you had better keep your old encyclopedias, and the older, the better.

Jim Stone