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The title of this post may seem bizarre, but it’s what we’ve been instructed to do to demonstrate to Google that we own this blog.

There was a time when our posts were indexed almost immediately, but Google has been slow in indexing us lately. It’s probably not a creationist conspiracy lurking within Google, but we don’t know what the problem is. For the past three days they haven’t indexed any of our posts. Starting with the oldest, those are:

Oklahoma Creationism Bill for 2019

Hambo: The Tower of Babel and the Incas

100 More Extra-Solar Planets Found

Creationist Silence on Einstein’s ‘God Letter’

Sodom and Gomorrah — It’s Almost True

Hambo Explains the Post-Flood Ice Age

ICR: Spiders Prove Creationism

City Trip to Hambo’s Museum & Ark Is Cancelled

We thought of turning off comments so everyone but Google would ignore this thing, but then we decided to use the post and declare another Intellectual Free-Fire Zone. You can talk about whatever you like — science, politics, economics, whatever — as long as it’s tasteful and interesting. Banter, babble, bicker, bluster, blubber, blather, blab, blurt, burble, boast — say what you will. But avoid flame-wars and beware of the profanity filters.

We now throw open the comments to you, dear reader. Have at it.

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7 responses to “google-site-verification: google9cf875731d04dc00.html

  1. This is amazing. Google says they can’t find this post.

  2. Eddie Janssen

    I copied the title in Google and it found it, 2nd entry of 4. Numbers 3 and 4 are also curmudgeon hits (pages 66 and 67)

  3. Eddie Janssen

    That, ofcourse was with
    Repeated the whole proces with Same results.

  4. Really, I think you could’ve just added the URL in the header as a meta tag or as an alt tag for an image and Google would’ve indexed everything.

  5. judy elizabeth daniels

    Thank you

  6. I don’t search with google so can’t comment. I searched with duckduckgo and found it.

  7. Google finally found it, and they seem to recognize that the blog is mine. I went through this several years ago, and it’s annoying to have to do it all over again. But they’re still not indexing my posts any faster.