Ok, this section may result completely irrelevant,
but it is great fun nevertheless... I'm confident that each seeker
has encountered some of these 'weird' search engines.
And maybe it's nice to have a place where to "dump" them. This will demonstrate -again- that
the web is really deep (and really weird).
There's even a
search engine for GREEK PI "number sequences" engine (more than 200 million digits)...
try searching for your birthday... mine is at position 24.230.405, counting from the first digit after the decimal point (the 3. is not counted).
"BIBLE PASSAGES" SEARCH ENGINE
Try "Psalm 47" or "John 2:16" or try again
after having chosen "Biblia en Lenguaje Sencillo"
"FIND A GRAVE" SEARCH ENGINE
A tag americanocentric and a tag crap, but hey! You can snoop around cemeteries!
"WEATHER LONG AGO" SEARCH ENGINE
What if I want to know how was the weather, say, three years ago in some place?
-"Tell me about the 3 December 1998, for instance... was it cold in Berlin?"
Note how the query is composed:
"EDDI" is here the ICAO code
for Tempelhof, the city airport in berlin...
should you want, instead, the weather for Paris (Orly) you would use LFPO, for Brussels, you would use
EBBR and so on.
You will find all possible (ICAO) airport codes here...
Here the "weather long ago" search mask:
(KCQT is Losangeles downtown... change with a different three (IATA) or four
(ICAO) letters airport code)
Cocoa butter melts at around 37įC, which is human body temperature, duh. That's why real chocolate melts in the mouth, while
the crap they often sell "as chocolate" (imitations made with tropical oils and no or
few cocoa butter) does not.