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Some people have recently published their own Bible, and Google have seen an opportunity to add yet another version, this time via digital means.

They have chosen today to announce a totally new search engine called Genisays which only returns answers contained in the Bible, regardless of the question.

If Genisays cannot find the answer e.g. "what is the surface area of Pluto in cubits?" then it may return the words "Only God can know this number" Other answers are generated using an ai iterative processing algorithm that checks its responses via accepted biblical wisdom.

Genisays may also let you know that "the answer to this question only helps the Devil - ask something else"

A good example of the Genisays in action could be found by asking questions about the Baltimore Bridge incident, with the answer describing how a man may walk on water to reach his friends, especially today.

xenzag, Apr 01 2024

Or you could get one of these https://www.msnbc.c...snbc/amp/rcna145288
[xenzag, Apr 01 2024]


       Old Testament or New Testament? In other words "God said..." or "Jesus said..." This ongoing argument may help explain why Jesus was called home immediately after resurrection, instead of sticking around to fix things.
4and20, Apr 01 2024

       I want Google to reply from the Vedas and Upanishads.
a1, Apr 01 2024

       You can ask Genisays "what answer would Vedas and Upanishads give?"
xenzag, Apr 01 2024


       Jobsays: "It makes no fucking sense. But I'm at peace with that now."   

       RevelationsSays: "Put down that news feed and come in out of the sun. And drink some water, and have something to eat. Then talk it through, and it won't seem so scary".   

       There might also be some value in an Ecclesiastes-based search engine; it would keep things in perspective.
pertinax, Apr 01 2024


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