In this time of the internet when we have a vast amount of information available that we can easily Google to find out. This search engine has proven itself to be the most efficient tool for the entire humanity. But imagine what will happen if Google becomes obsolete or shuts down entirely at some point in the future.
Considering all the vast ranges of functionalities Google can perform, I believe the aftermath will be devastating. In fact, Google did shut down once, for a few minutes and the whole world turned upside-down.
No more searches on Google
For me, I literally google anything that I do not know, and I am sure there are plenty of users who do the same. Therefore, if Google becomes dysfunctional the whole world will turn into a supermassive blackhole (that’s right, it’s Muse).
Get used to other search engines
Naturally, if Google becomes obsolete other search engines like Bing will take over the internet.
No lucky feeling as you Google
Have you ever tried clicking Google’s “I am feeling lucky” button? The results are surprising as you will come across diverse ranges of doodles for answering your question as accurately as possible using one doodle only. No lucky feeling at all if Google shuts down.
Piracy will decline
Google is currently the most popular search engine right now and will also show numerous pirate links such as KickAss Torrents and Pirate Bay on the very first page making them amazingly popular among seekers.
Plenty of businesses will fall
Today, there are plenty of existing businesses that use the functionalities of Google for performing various tasks. Google going obsolete will trigger tremendous losses for such businesses or may permanently fall apart.
Google’s stocks will plummet
The whole consequences followed after Google becoming obsolete will cause its stock price to plunge as well. The company makes a staggering amount of revenue through online advertisements; therefore, any form of an outage or shut down will bring upon severe fall in Google’s bank balance.
Also, read quantum computer of Google and how it can also simulate patterns of molecules.
Lastly, needless to say, that Google will present an apology letter stating all the reasons behind their shut down. And also saying how they are working together to fix that problem permanently without causing any more issues in the future.