Google the font of all knowledge,but are there questions you have asked on google and not found an answer?
Invariably when ever you ask a question,someone has already asked that question before,regardless of how obscure the question,and an answer or opinion will be provided.
So keeping questions within the realm of reality,what questions can't google answer?
I think Google will always come up with some answer, just probably not the answer you are looking for.
The meaning of life?
I thought the purpose of discussion groups and forums are to ask and answer questions not answerable by google...?
since when google provide answer?
What is the thought that ran through Lincoln's mind when assasinated?
I have typed things on Google and not gotten an answer.
Don't remember what it was, it was some PC Game crash issue or another and had to search a few search engines to find the answer.
In truth though, Google doesn't answer questions, it just leads you to a website that answers the questions, usually Yahoo answer or something.
Google could not find information on people who rub their thighs a lot...I understand why. It was something I remembered someone doing and I wondered if this was a thing. Apparently not.[/img]
Answers you should not seek on Google: medical ones. The information you have on articles around will hardly be the exact for your symptoms. And there are more variables an average patient can understand.
The correct thing to do is to seek professional care first, then, after taking the steps he or she pointed, if you're interested, then you Google it for deeper learning of your condition.
Now, as for the most abstract issues:
Google is essentially stupid, my friends! Yes, and their employees won't deny it. It's a robot in the first place, a computer cluster, so it will only do as it is was told by a human!
So what Google does? It indexes. But what? Exactly what other humans have published before. If your question is so abstract and shady you don't think anyone else has asked before, then don't worry; Google will try their best bet according to the words and terms you used on your search. You'll hardly have a 0 result search...