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percentages - 9:37 am on May 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

As GG said the correct answer is in fact 42!

42 is the correct answer because if you multiply 9 x 7 that is the result achieved (as calculated by mice).

Anyone here disputing this fact should not PANIC! (in large letters). Google is totally based upon improbability theory.

To determine SERP's for any given search term you must simply calculate the probability that it should NOT be.

While placing one of your extremities in a hot cup of coffee you should multiply your best current position page number by 42. Do that and you will determine the ranked position of your favorite keyphrase on any given day that the Earth is about to be destroyed by Vogon constructor ships.

If you are not up to these complex mathematical calculations we suggest you eat several bags of peanuts, place a towel around your head and remove all pocket lint from your attire! Will this help....heck no, but peanuts always taste better when eaten in the dark!

The probability of Google fixing its current problems is currently 1 to the power of 31415926535 and falling!