Well, to comprehend the long version of this answer, you'd need a PhD (from Stanford, natch). The short version is, our brains process data by sending electrical impulses called neurotransmitters between billions of neurons via axons running between synapses, much the way buses travel between stations, or MP3 files travel between felonious suburban teenagers. The molecular compound that fuels Google Gulp speeds up this process by, among various startling feats of neurochemical legerdemain, limiting the activity of the enzyme monoamine oxidase. You think faster – and feel better.
Not sure why Google would want to post this on thier site in this manor. I can't see how this would help to promote new products and ideas like Google Finance and Google Music etc when they release proposed planes for Google Romance and Google Gulp around the same time. Bit late for April Fool.....will Google have the last laugh?
[edited by: Pass_the_Dutchie at 1:25 pm (utc) on April 5, 2006]
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