A BULLET PER SEARCHPDF
It's been only 3 days since the death of Mikhail Kalashnikov and Larry Page can sleep peacefully as his main competitor is no longer alive .
During the last 10 years, the well-known pioneer and much promising Google has set a goal: to improve both the planet and the mankind. With sensitivity similar to a charity organization, Google responds daily to the digital needs of the contemporary human. The universal search engine is able to answer any of our questions, when our parents, and friends reach their limits. It's services supports 66 different languages and provides ease to use services to everyone - regardless of age or nationality. Carefully selected news from all around the world and maps for anyone to find their destination. Street view if you don't know your destination. Android Operating System to support the GPS hardware inside your smart phone, and voice command if you are disabled person.
The maternal love that Google feels for our planet is getting bigger and bigger, as the space inside it's Data-Centers. There is plenty of space inside the Data-Centers where fits everything: people we hate, those we love, our desires, what we discuss, what we are not willing to discuss, our memories, our imaginations, our utopias. When the years would have passed and we would have grown old, even after passing away, our memories will not die - they will remain alive in the rooms of the Data-Centers. This is the reason why we share our daily routine inside these rooms, we willing to become immortal.
7 billion Internet users daily arm the 36 Data-Centers with personal information.
Google commercializes our intellectual ammunition. Google services are not free. The price set for its paid services isn’t valued in euros, yuans or dollars, it is rather our personal data  - 1 bullet for every Google search.
December 28, 2013, Kalasnikov, RIP.
. Mikhail Kalashnikov is dead :
"I sleep well. It's the politicians who are to blame for failing to come to an agreement and resorting to violence."
. “your answer cloud and clear” :
. map of Data Centers :
. Google immortal life :
from Wikipedia : Google announced the launch of a new company called Calico on September 19, 2013, which will be led by Apple chairman Arthur Levinson. In the official public statement, Page explained that the "health and wellbeing" company will focus on "the challenge of ageing and associated diseases"
. MUSCULAR surveillance programme